Call of Duty Advanced Warfare Will Feature Bots as “Combat Readiness Program”

By   /   Aug 18, 2014

Co-Founder of Sledgehammer games Michael Condrey has been very active in communicating with fans and answering their questions regarding the developers upcoming First person shooter title Call Of Duty Advanced Warfare.

One of the fans asked Condrey if the Multiplayer in Advanced Warfare will feature practice Bots which is a heavily requested feature from previous titles like Black Ops 2 and Call Of Duty: Ghosts.

Michael Condrey confirmed via Twitter that Advanced Warfare will indeed feature a bots option in a mode that they’re currently calling ‘Combat Readiness Program.’

Condrey also stated that the name of the mode is tentative, so it could be different at launch.

Previously, the developer also shared a few details regarding the supply drop feature of the game – confirming that multiplayer content will be unlocked through game’s single player mode and will also feature rewards based on difficulty level.

He also mentioned that “Some maps will have dynamic events that trigger at the same time every time. Others may have map based score streaks earned through care packages. Others may have both, or neither.”

Call Of Duty: Advanced Warfare is set for a release on Nov. 3 on PS3, PS4, Xbox One, Xbox 360 and PC.

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