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Post by Eorl @ 08:56am 25/09/14 | 3 Comments
A new trailer released today for Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare focuses on both the game's explosive campaign (featuring the one and only Kevin Spacey) and also the very action-packed multiplayer typical of a Call of Duty game.

While the story itself plays a bit of a backseat in this trailer, we do get a glimpse at the movie-quality backdrops players will be running through. Alongside some single-player footage we get to see the new Exo Survival co-op mode, where teams of four compete against other teams of four in what can only be described as survival of the fittest.

"Power changes everything in Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare, from the Private Military Corporation-driven storyline in the single-player Campaign to the innovative exoskeleton movements in Multiplayer. Take a look at what makes Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare the total gaming package, including the world premiere of the four-player co-op mode: Exo Survival."

Developed by Sledgehammer Games, Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare will be released on PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, Xbox One and Xbox 360 on November 4th.




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Largeman
Posted 05:31pm 25/9/14
I didn't know Michael Bay was producing Crysis games!
maRtz
Posted 06:19pm 26/9/14
looks like the same old s*** just with jumpy booster things that makes you a sitting duck in the air.
fpot
Posted 06:21pm 26/9/14
I'd love to play some of the legacy CoD games but they never seem to be cheap enough. CoD4 is still $50 for example.
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