Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare a Game Changer

Activision officially released the trailer for Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare today. Scheduled for release on November 4, the game is going to be, well, a game changer for COD players.

Set in the future, this version of COD features an exoskeleton which gives the player more abilities than in previous versions. The exoskeleton that will be able to boost jumps, cloak, and add biomechanics. Hover bikes, drones and energy weapons are also in store, and all in a photorealistic environment.

While COD has always aimed to have a realistic environment for game play, this may be the first version that really succeeds. Check out the following screenshots from the Facebook page of developer Sledgehammer Games.

Call of Duty Advanced Warfare 3
Call of Duty Advanced Warfare 3

 

Call of Duty Advanced Warfare 1
Call of Duty Advanced Warfare 1
Call of Duty Advanced Warfare 2
Call of Duty Advanced Warfare 2

 

Notice the Atlas symbol on the soldier’s vest? That’s because this game is this version of COD centers around Private Military Corporations, particularly the larges one, Atlas Corporation. Actor Kevin Spacey is playing Jonathan Irons, the president of Atlas.

The game will be released on November 4. Like previous versions, it’s a safe bet that other platforms will have to wait up to a month for downloadable content.

Of course, there are pre-order bonuses if you order your copy for Xbox One, Xbox 360, PS3, or PS4 before the release. Activating on May 13, the bonus pack includes an Advanced Warfare personalization pack to use in Call of Duty Ghosts and Call of Duty Black Ops 2. The pack is available through Game in the UK, and Gamestop in the U.S.