One Week Wait For COD: Advanced Warfare

A new Call Of Duty game will soon be an addition to the family. Call Of Duty Advanced Warfare will hit stores such as Game Stop, Best Buy and Walmart on November 4, bringing the action back into the series. This video game will be available on next gen consoles including Xbox One and PS4, along with previous gen consoles such as Xbox 360 and PS3, and lastly, but not least, it is available for PC. If pre-ordered, the Day Zero DLC gives consumers a 24 hour early access to the game. This game seems like it won’t disappoint fans. This game is a bit futuristic, containing new high-tech weaponry, score streaks, gadgets, exoskeletons, and gameplay as well.  Most fans would call this “Black Ops 3” because of the futuristic style.

Advanced Warfare is presented in a first-person shooter perspective, like other Call Of Duty games. However, the game features several changes. Advanced Warfare does not use a traditional heads-up display. Instead, all information is relayed to the player via holographic projections from the weapon equipped. The general gun-play remains unchanged, apart from new mechanics. For example, certain guns will be able to recharge slowly, allowing the player to gain ammo for the weapon in the duration of the recharge wait. There are different types of grenades for the player’s use. These different types can be switched with the corresponding shoulder buttons. The game will also be the first in the Call of Duty series that will allow the player to choose differing types of conventional weaponry. The game will feature regular conventional firearms, but the player can also choose to use Laser or Energy directed weaponry as well, both of which have differing attributes. Customization will also return from the 2013 Call Of Duty Ghosts video game.

There is so much to look forward to in Call Of Duty Advanced Warfare, in terms of graphics as well as gameplay. Not to mention, the return of zombie mode. The only change made is the classic missing flesh swinging zombies, are now cyborg zombies. This was a Japanese project that has been worked on for quite some time and has been introduced into Advanced Warfare. This would make sense, given that this game is futuristically based. From now, there is a good week wait until its release in stores.

 

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