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William Cho

Also Known As

  • Will Cho

Game Credits

Art/Graphics

Titanfall (2014)   (Art)
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 (2009)   (Art)
 

Video/Cinematics

Titanfall (2014)   (Models for Head Scans)
 

Quality Assurance

Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare (2007)   (Quality Assurance)
Supreme Commander (2007)   (Testers)
 


Developer Biography

William Cho is a new developer in the video games industry. He started as an intern for Activision Central Tech, helping on the mocap set as a pseudo-production assistant for Call of Duty 3 (uncredited) and World Series of Poker (uncredited). When the internship was finished he left and became a Quality Assurance Tester for THQ Corporate on Supreme Commander to make ends meet while he attended classes at the Art Institute of Los Angeles for Media Arts & Animation. However, he quit only months after being hired.

During his final two quarters of school at AI he was hired to test Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare at Infinity Ward. Shortly after graduating with a BS in Media Arts/Animation, Call of Duty 4 was shipped and William became an intern artist under the supervision of the Lead Character Artist for several months. He was hired and became a full-time Artist at Infinity Ward in 2008.

Last updated: Apr 28, 2009