Upon reaching a killing streak of 30 in the multiplayer of Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare, players will be given the option of a ‘DNA Bomb’ to decimate everyone on the battlefield.
The existence of this scorestreak was confirmed by one lucky individual who had managed to get his hands on an early copy of the game. As proof he also streamed the gameplay using the capabilities of PlayStation 4 Livestream. However, it wasn’t soon after that his account on UStream was banned for copyrights infringement.
Once the DNA Bomb is activated, all players on the enemy team are instantly killed and a green mist is dispersed across the map for around one minute.
An important thing to note is that only kills gotten from your guns are counted towards this ability and those obtained with scorestreaks are ignored.
It also goes without saying that the player needs to survive while racking the 30 kills. Dying in between will reset the counter to zero.
Such a finale was also available in previous Call of Duty games in the shape of the MOAB in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 and the Nuke Bomb in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2.
Today, we also get a new batch of screenshots showcasing the game’s multiplayer mode. You can browse them below.
Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare is currently being developed for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360 and Xbox One.
The first person shooter is going to get a Day Zero Edition on November 3 while the game will get an international release on November 4. The Japanese markets are going to get it a little late on November 13.