Long term call of duty players have been complaining about one thing for quite a while now, each new iteration of the famous shooter franchise feels no different than the previous one especially when it comes to multiplayer Well that all seems to be changing in the upcoming Advanced Warfare.
Under development by Sledgehammer Games, Advanced Warfare is aiming to change the franchise in order to keep it all fresh yet familiar.
Among the many other changes, one change to the multiplayer seems to be the removal of KEM Strike from the killstreaks available in multiplayer.
If the video released by a Call of Duty pro player is to be believed, players will no longer be able to use a KEM Strike or nuke upon reaching a 25 or 30 killstreak.
The footage shows the player achieving a 30 kill streak, but the only rewards are medals at 20, 25 and 30 kills. It is still possible that KEM will be added in the final build of the game, but right now it seems to be completely absent.
Players testing the game have also revealed new info regarding the Wildcard system. If a player is using a weapon with built in attachments and want to add more, they will still have to use Wildcards, each one costing one Allocation point.
Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare is set to be released on 4th November for PS3, PS4, Xbox 360, Xbox One and PC.