Despite the lackluster sales figures of DJ Hero, it seems like Activision’s sequel addiction is hard to quit. Bobby Kotick, CEO of Activision, recently interviewed with Game Informer about the costumer receipt of the game, and the company’s plan for the future of the IP.
“If you’re going to make a commitment to doing something original, the odds are that you’re not going to get it right on the first chance,” said Kotick in the interview, citing Call of Duty developers Treyarch and Infinity Ward as examples.
“I think DJ Hero is a really innovative product. I can’t wait for you to see next year’s. That’s the thing; we’re sticking with it. We’ll stick with it and get it right. But it’s going to be less games, better games. That’s our strategy.”