The creator of the mission “Not a word in Russian” leaves Respawn | Games

Game designer Mohammad Alavi, who was responsible for creating the No Russian mission in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2, has retired from Respawn Entertainment. He announced this on Twitter.

Alavi has worked in the gaming industry for 18 years. He started his career at Infinity Ward, where he created Call of Duty games. He later joined the developers who left Infinity Ward and founded Respawn Entertainment. Together with the new team, Alavi worked on Titanfall and Apex Legends. Where the game designer will continue his creative path is still unknown.

“Not a word in Russian” is a scandalous mission from Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2, in which the player is invited to take part in a terrorist attack at a Moscow airport and shoot unarmed civilians. Because of this, they wanted to add the game to the list of extremist materials and ban it for sale in Russia. In versions of the game for Steam, this mission was cut out both in the Russian Federation and in a number of other countries.

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