Call of Duty Advanced Warfare – Multiplayer revealed.
Activision and Sledgehammer Games today unveiled the world premiere of multiplayer Call of Duty Advanced Warfare a new era of blockbusters. Changed by the consistent focus on next-gen platforms Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare fundamental to the multiplayer mode of the series. New abilities and movements of the characters as well as the most extensive possibilities for personalization of your own characters and interaction functions are just a few of the profound innovations of the series.
With the new exoskeleton, players can add extra power to their actions – be it jumping, dodging, sprinting or melee attacks. And when it comes to vertical manoeuvres, this innovative future technology offers even more possibilities. Also new is a brand new weapon class that complements the nearly 350 fully customizable weapons. A new reward system with more than 1,000 rewards to be earned and almost limitless personalization options provide a total of over two billion different options for customizing your own character. The title delivers the most detailed and advanced multiplayer experience ever in a Call of Duty – on both next-gen consoles and current-gen platforms.
In addition to the multiplayer premiere, Activision today announces the Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare Day Zero Edition on. This edition grants players exclusive 24-hour access to the game for the first time on November 3rd, 2014, one day before the official release. the Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare Day Zero Edition is available at no additional cost on all platforms for players who Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare pre-ordered and logged in on November 3rd. Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare Collector’s Editions are also available for access on November 3rd and will also include the special Day Zero content. In addition to up to 24-hour early access, the Day Zero Edition includes two new weapons, as well as the previously announced Advanced Arsenal bonus content.
“With Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare For the first time in ten years, a new development studio is responsible. In addition, the development phase is set to last three years for the first time in order to achieve a specific mission: We want to bring groundbreaking innovations to the franchise while maintaining its roots. We believe that Sledgehammer Games has more than met these challenges,” said Activision CEO Eric Hirshberg. “Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare introduces significant new mechanics to multiplayer that will truly transform the game. But more importantly from a gamer’s point of view: It’s a lot of fun!”
After three years of development, Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare tactical battles on all platforms to a whole new level. Players have new ways to move around the maps, starting with the powers of the Exoskeleton. The new abilities, movements, perks and mechanics expand the possibilities to move across planes and create new tactical points. Players can use these new mechanics equally for offensive and defensive maneuvers, as well as for quick retreats. It stays that way Advanced Warfare Staying true to the fast-paced and fluid gameplay that fans have come to love Call of Duty estimate.
In addition, the popular character creation with the “Pick 10” system is back – but now with even more possibilities thanks to a “Pick 13” system: players choose their scorestreaks according to a rank value. The combinations of the series can be freely selected and give players new freedom of individualization. The introduction of cooperative scorestreaks also allows friends to experience multiplayer together in a whole new way: for the first time in the history of Call of Duty Players can now team up to trigger scorestreaks together.
But what would the new mechanics be in Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare without new weapon technologies? Beginning here is a new type of weapon that uses focused energy to take out enemies. Instead of using ammo, this type of weapon relies on focused heat. Players can try out this new weapon class along with the rest of the armament at the Virtual Shooting Range – a brand new feature that lets players try out their current gear before the match starts.
“When we first started imagining the world of Call of Duty in 2054, we spent a lot of time developing multiplayer. This is how we offer fans completely new experiences,” explains Glen Schofield, co-founder and game director at Sledgehammer Games.
“We can’t wait to let players try out the new moves, mechanics, weapons, and game modes we’re introducing in Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare have implemented – just like the many customization options that make the game the most personal Call of Duty that has existed before,” adds Michael Condrey, co-founder and head of development at Sledgehammer Games.
Includes to start Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare Twelve multiplayer modes – including fan favorites like Capture the Flag and Hardpoint, classics like Team Deathmatch, Domination and Search & Destroy, as well as all-new game modes like Uplink and Momentum – a new twist on the classic War mode.
Thanks to the new character editor “Create-an-Operator”, Sledgehammer Games increases the possibilities of personalization Advanced Warfare to a new level: From heads, helmets, glasses, shirts, vests, gloves and other external features to the exoskeleton, all elements of your own character can be modified. The “Create-an-Operator” mode is based on the new reward system, the supply packs. The more someone plays, the more of these packs they receive. These supply packs can contain anything from weapons to unique pieces of gear of various rarities – great for showing off in multiplayer matches.
Players can now also show off their equipment in the multiplayer lobby. The new virtual lobby lets players show off their hard-earned gear in the squad room while waiting for the next round. For the first time, players can see what their teammates and opponents bring to the upcoming game. This makes the virtual lobby the ideal place to prepare tactics or to plan the next steps in creating your own character.
Fans can access the global multiplayer reveal via Xbox Livestream on the official website!
Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare will be released on November 4th, 2014 on Xbox One, Xbox 360, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3 and PC systems. A USK rating is still pending. Visit the Call of Duty website, dedicated Facebook page and YouTube channel for more information!