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Call of Duty Advanced Warfare Gets Official Launch Trailer
Call of Duty Advanced Warfare is probably the most ambitious project in the long running series of Call of Duty so far. You can see what I mean by checking out the action packed launch trailer that Sledgehammer Games has released for the upcoming game.
The footage in question features our lead antagonist of the game, none other than Kevin Spacey himself who plays the role of Jonathan Irons in Advance Warfare. Irons is the head of Atlas, a private military corporation.
Kevin Spacey’s inclusion along with his powerful dialogue delivery really gives a boost to the overall narrative of the game.
The launch trailer jumps back and forth between single and multiplayer modes and focuses on the story, the private military corporation and the gameplay mechanics introduced with the inclusion of the Exoskeleton.
Apart from Kevin Spacey, the other highlight of Call of Duty Advanced Warfare is definitely the much talked about Exoskeleton suit.
The Exoskeleton suit can be used in both multiplayer and single player modes. Using the suit, players will be able to use abilities such as dash, dodge, jump etc.
Even though last year’s Call of Duty Ghosts has left a bitter taste, Advanced Warfare has still managed to get a lot of attention and spread excitement among fans.
The recommended specifications needed to run the game have not been revealed yet, but if you want to know what minimum hardware you’ll require to experience Advanced Warfare, follow the link here.
Call of Duty Advanced Warfare is slated for release on November 4 and will be available across PS4, Xbox One, PS3, Xbox 360 and PC.