Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare “Recovery” Map Revealed
The next multiplayer map to be revealed for Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare is “Recovery,” a map with two different settings.
Recovery is set up in the mountains of Hawaii where a research station is going to be the battleground for players. The station will provide plenty of hallways to go through, corners to peak from, and close quarter areas for some quick SMG action.
Everything seems normal except for when the volcano erupts. Once the event happens, the proceedings of the second half of the map become a bit haywire.
Poisonous gas starts flooding the map, and players must continue to fight for their objectives as they’re forced to evacuate through a safety gate. The newly opened up area is more open and provides players longer sight lines. It’s better to shift to an Assault Rifle in this scenario.
Recovery is the sixth multiplayer map to be revealed. Earlier this week we got to see “Retreat,” another map which relishes in close quarter combat.
If you’re still interested in getting the game’s Day Zero Edition, then you might perhaps want to take a look at its first set of screenshots.
The package holds ‘awesome looking gear’ as an incentive for pre-orders and additionally give owners a full 24 hours of exclusive play before the rest of the world. Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare is scheduled for release on November 4 for the PS3, PS4, Xbox 360, Xbox One and PC.