The multiplayer servers of Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare have gone live, but do note that embargo is still in effect, which means that you are not allowed to stream any videos before the launch or you will be banned.
If by any chance you have got yourself a copy of the game a few days early, then do play it but if any of your playthrough video comes online, your gamertag will be banned.
Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare is one of the biggest titles to release this month and I am sure a lot of people are looking forward to see the gameplay footage, but that will have to wait until November 3rd, when the game officially unlocks for Day Zero edition’s players.
After last year’s disappointing entry COD: Ghosts, a lot of expectations are riding on Advanced Warfare and from what we have seen thus far, it seems that Sledgehammer has tried its best to freshen up the experience for the regular players of the series.
We will see if Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare manages to remove the memories of COD: Ghosts, when it releases on November 4th for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, Xbox One and PC.