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Emblem Editor Confirmed For Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare
The Emblem Editor has been confirmed by Sledgehammer Games to be returning to Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare.
Michael Condrey, the studio’s chief operating and development officer, tweeted earlier today an image of a soldier’s exo-suit which had an emblem featuring an Ace of Spades.
“Rolling with my Ace of Spades! #AdvancedWarfareMP #EmblemEditorReturns #OnExotoo,” he wrote.
The Emblem Editor was first featured in Call of Duty: Black Ops I and then Black Ops II. It allows players to create their own insignias by choosing from and combining various emblems. It’s more so like a clan tag or simply something to represent yourself with.
It’s unknown as to where else we’ll be seeing the emblem at work in the game. It’s very possible that we’ll get to see them painted on our weapons, in addition to our clothing.
Yesterday, it was revealed by Sledgehammer’s co-founder Glen Schofield that this year’s Call of Duty installment will feature a longer campaign, compared to some of the recent releases in the franchise.
Campaigns usually clock around six to seven hours but fans could expect this year’s title to go around perhaps ten hours. Note though that the ten-hour figure is simply an assumption because Sledgehammer has yet to clarify just how long it is.
Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare is scheduled for release on November 4 for the PS3, PS4, Xbox 360, Xbox One and PC.