New Trailer for COD: Advanced Warfare; Special Editions Revealed
Here we go again. Another year has gone by, which means another Call of Duty. But unlike the last 2,000 sequels that have been released, this one is being built on next generation hardware. If that doesn’t get you pumped, you’re probably a normal person.
Today, Activision has revealed a new trailer, and we have it after the jump, which focuses mostly on the campaign, and with a quick tease of multiplayer. And in all seriousness, this game is shaping up like it could be fun. Sure… it’s probably been “inspired” by Titianfall, but that’s a good thing. It’s getting fans of the franchise a breath of fresh air, and it might possibly introduce some new ones. And maybe…just maybe…ex-fans might return. But maybe that’s also just wishful thinking.
The game’s narration seems to be semi-political. What happens when the industrial military becomes so big, that it becomes more powerful than our own country. Would they need to follow the same rules, would they need government approval for war. Probably. But the game will pretend that there’s a fine line, and might make it interesting. Even though it might be filled with some unrealistic plot holes.
The publisher has once again introduced a limited special edition for this next game in the series. The cheapest version of the game, besides the regular package, will be $79.99 and include a copy of the game packed in a steal book case, a Welcome to Atlas: Advanced Soldier Manual, a map of a multiplayer level and some themed skins for your online character and guns.
If you want to spend even more, you can. For $119.99, which is the version shown above, you can get the Atlas Pro Edition. That will feature everything from the package above, but also include a season pass, which will include four multiplayer map packs.