Yesterday saw Activision release PC system specifications for its latest upcoming shooter, Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare. However, the specifications were removed shortly after landing on the Activision store.
At the time the publisher did not offer a statement but it didn’t take long for many Call of Duty fans to realize that the specifications were identical to the ones released for Call of Duty: Ghosts. The ironic part here is that even those specifications were incorrect because of the false inclusion of 6GB RAM that was never a requirement.
Responding to a fan on Twitter, Activision later confirmed that the specifications posted for Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare were indeed incorrect and that the real ones would be posted soon.
“System requirements have yet to be announced. Stay tuned for updates as we receive them, thanks!”
The publisher did not offer a specific time frame but just told to “stay tuned” for updates. We’ll most likely hear of it at Gamescom 2014 next week.
Earlier this month Microsoft announced that it, along with Sledgehammer Games, would be doing a world exclusive multiplayer reveal of Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare at Gamescom 2014.
Microsoft’s Major Nelson confirmed that the team would be bringing a lot of multiplayer action, exclusive interviews with the developers, more details, and even more announcements.