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Advanced Warfare has Seven Divisions, Probably in Ranked Playlists
We are down to the last month before Sledgehammer Games finally releases Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare internationally. With that in mind, here’s another chunk of details you would want to know about the FPS title.
The game is going to have as many as seven different divisions.
Michael Condrey, the cofounder and studio head of Sledgehammer Games and the chief development officer for Advanced Warfare took to his official Twitter profile teasing with an image supposedly for the fourth division in the list of seven.
So far, that is all what he shared with us which means we can only discuss how this will roll out. It is expected that the divisions are going to be based around competitive playlists. I am thinking something similar to Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 League Play. The title had six divisions.
However, if that is how it is going to be, I think we have something else to add. There ranked playlists of AW are going to have their differences from League Play in Black Ops 2 because AW is going to give away rewards to players for achieving a certain rank.
— Michael Condrey (@MichaelCondrey) October 7, 2014
So how would you like to don something like what you see for the fourth division in the image above?
That being said, we recently reported that the game is now available for cross buy across PlayStation 3 to PlayStation 4.
Similarly, Xbox 360 owners are being offered an upgrade to the Xbox One version for free – but before March 31.
Call of Duty Advanced Warfare has been developed for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360 and Xbox One. The game is all set for an international release on November 4 except for Japan where the game is going to hit the racks on November 13.