Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare Collector’s Editions…Wait, Is That A Tsunami?
Get ready for a bunch of new info on Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare, as publisher Activision released details about the story and collector’s editions from the game. There’s a shiny new trailer to watch.
First, let’s talk collector’s editions. There are three versions to be had: An Atlas Limited Edition, the heavier Atlas Pro Edition and an Atlas Digital Pro Edition.
In the Atlas Limited Edition, you’ll find an Atlas exoskeleton and helmet, themed after the private military company, as well as guns, an emblem, a card, a physical welcoming manual, a soundtrack, a steelbook and an additional Atlas Gorge multiplayer map for a grand total of $79.99.
An Atlas Limited Edition comes with all the goodies mentioned above, as well as what sounds like an expensive Season Pass that comes with four map packs at $199.99 or forty bucks higher than the former version. Also, the caveat states that not all content could be available to all platforms or territories and content will start coming in 2015.
Nautrally, the Atlas Digital Pro Edition of Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare doesn’t have physical rewards, instead adding to the above rewards a mysterious personalization pack for $99.99. While the physical versions are up for preorder now, the digital version will become available later.
Now then, that ominous trailer; it certainly sounds like Call of Duty material, doesn’t it? There’s a global terrorist strike that attacks nuclear plants around the world.
It doesn’t get any more epic than that. That’s until Kevin Spacey starts making it even more bombastic by running the Atlas war effort over the heads of governments.
Keep watching until the very end, past the credits, because there’s three seconds of Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare multiplayer action that you don’t want to miss. There will be a full reveal of competitive modes on August 11, 2014.
Is that San Francisco being flooded by a huge tsunami, while flying dudes try to shoot each other? That bridge certainly makes it look like it.
So, who is ready for more Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare?