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When Robert Bowling, aka @fourzerotwo, left Infinity Ward back in March of this year, it left a big hole in the Call of Duty franchise. People had long associated Bowling as the face of the Call of Duty franchise, and he was one of the few people in game development that regularly interacted with gamers and answered their questions about the games.
Bowling’s position as senior community manager has sat empty since he left, but it has finally been filled. Former IGN employee Tina Palacios has taken the position. It will be interesting to see how Tina handles the constant onslaught of angry gamers that Bowling was able to shun off, and also will be interesting to see how different things are with a cute gamer girl being the liason to the community. Tina already seems to be taking things in stride, recently tweeting that she would like to thank the internet for reminding her of her gender and asking her about the kitchen and sandwiches. Well played, Tina.
How do you think she’ll do as Bowling’s replacement? Let us know in the comments!