Following the introduction of Sam from Ubisoft, a new AI will make its appearance in the form of Alexa Skill for Call of Duty WW2, which will provide advice and statistics to the players of the popular FPS.
As of today, it will be available in certain territories including the United States, the United Kingdom, Canada, Australia and New Zealand (France will get it later), the players will be able to team up with an ally which is Call of Duty Alexa Skill.
Created by Activision in-house and available today in beta, Alexa Skill offers various support options, including real-time custom recommendations for players in-game or not, results, updates in progress and the opportunity to stay in touch with your gaming friends and compare stats.
Alexa Skill uses artificial intelligence and machine learning to create personalized recommendations, including changes in equipment, play style, maps, modes, assets and Divisions.
Activision also indicates that this AI is based on twenty factors such as movements, accuracy or the kill/death ratio to establish its advice, furthermore, Activision announced that the AI will be able to answer more than 2500 different questions and propose up to 250 000 personalized answers according to the statistics. According to Tim Ellis, Chief Marketing Officer at Activision,
We know that people play more Call of Duty as their skills improve and the more often they play with their friends. The Call of Duty Alexa Skill is designed to help players improve their Call of Duty skills, connect more easily with their friends and get to the fun faster in Call of Duty WW2
Starting today you can test out the beta version of the app which is available on Alexa enabled devices. So get your game on today and Alexa will tell how you performed after every match.
In related news, there are reports circling on the internet suggesting that the upcoming Call of Duty Black Ops 4 will not feature a singleplayer campaign and instead will feature a Battle Royale mode.