With the all-new exoskeleton, players can boost jump, dodge, dash, slide, slam and more as the action goes vertical, while using future-tech, cutting-edge capabilities and a brand-new weapon class as part of nearly 350 custom weapons in “Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare,” the latest offering the popular first-person shooter series.
Offering a new reward system, including more than 1,000 in-game player rewards, and nearly limitless customization options that create more than two billion unique player combinations and more, the title offers the most in-depth, robust and advanced Call of Duty multiplayer experience ever on both next generation and current generation systems.
Advanced Warfare, like the other Call of Duty titles, is presented in a first-person shooter perspective. However, the game does features several changes. Unlike other installments, 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 take cover and stay there for a certain period of time to gain ammo for the weapon. The player can also switch different types of grenades while holding one with the 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. For example, the game will feature regular conventional firearms, but the player can also choose to use Laser or Energy directed weaponry, both of which have differing attributes. Customization will also return from the 2013’s “Call Of Duty: Ghosts.”
The plot for “Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare” is as follows:
In 2054, a terrorist organization known as the KVA initiates the first global terrorist attack in history by simultaneously destroying the nuclear reactors of developed countries around the globe, including the United States. Across five continents, many developed countries’ infrastructures were devastated and the military is incapable of fighting the threat posed by the KVA. As the result, private military corporations (PMCs) have become the dominant armed forces for many countries. Jack Mitchell (Troy Baker), a former U.S. Marine who lost his left arm during a battle in Seoul, joins the Atlas Corporation, the world’s most powerful private military company with the most advanced technologies on the planet. Executing clandestine operations across the globe for the highest bidder, Jonathan Irons (Kevin Spacey), the CEO and founder of Atlas, begins his war over the ineffectiveness of the United States as the promoter of democracy all over the world to change the global balance of power.