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Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare IMR Gun 3D Prints Bullets, See it in Induction Video
The November 4 release date of Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare might be far, but it does seem that Sledgehammer Games have given themselves enough room for creativity.
However, I am sure they really are putting this time to good use. For instance, you can check out this new weapon, IMR, that actually 3D prints its bullets.
A video was shared by the developers to give a preview of the gameplay of Induction. During the video, they show off the classy weapon Integrated Munitions Rifle aka IMR.
The real world might have to wait a little longer before 3D printing gets that far, but I am sure it is a real possibility. Anyhow, real or not, you can make use of it in Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare.
The most interesting part being that this way you don’t have to fidget around with reloading the weapons.
Sledgehammer has tried their best to make the weapon look as real as possible with making sure that we, the players get to experience what exactly is going on with the gun.
Check out the video above and to have a look at the IMR, skip to the 2 minute 22-second marker. Call of Duty Advanced Warfare releases on November 4.