Call of Duty®: Advanced Warfare realises a future dominated by powerful combat technologies which create opportunities to deploy brand new tactics in the global war arena.
Academy Award® winning actor, Kevin Spacey, delivers an epic performance in this all next-gen delivered masterpiece developed by Sledgehammer Games (co-developers of Call of Duty®: Modern Warfare® 3).
Purchase the digital version of Call of Duty®: Advanced Warfare and receive the bonus Digital Edition Personalization Pack with a custom weapon camo, reticle set and playercard.
We keep asking for a different Call of Duty, and for a moment I thought Advanced Warfare would be the one that we've been waiting for. Wrong. The game had lots of reasons to believe that it was going to be something different. A new developer team taking control of the saga and an even more futuristic war with drones and exo-suits giving you special powers getting Call of Duty to a new level. Well, it didn't work at all since what we had was a standard Call of Duty game in a suit that reminds me of Crysis. The story is not even good. we've already played great story-driven Call of Duty like Black Ops or even Ghosts, but this one have nothing to praise. A generic plot (featuring Kevin Spacey!) in a generic game. Not even graphics survive this bit of a mess. They look good, but there are lots of issues with textures and the optimization is bad. One of the worst Call of Duty games ever made, and far from what we were hoping for when its trailer was released.
This game's campaign was not horrible yet nothing special making you question why you would play it for any other reason besides achievements or to get used to the game. The gameplay of multiplayer was fun and something new but had poor map design (opinionated) and lacked freedom of choice as far as weapons went. There were few choices as far as what to use and there were very little reasons to use ANY guns besides the ones that basically did the killing for you. Overall wasn't great but wasn't horrible of a game but after such a short time the game died out and probably due to the abysmal matchmaking system that made it hard to do anything. For console I'd probably given this game a 65/100 but for PC it's a bit lower.
Hey boys and girls as in the title is it a short review, It is a new game so say and it is not like the other Cod so if you want a ''new'' experience so buy it but if u look for a ''real life cod'' buy some dlc pack to black ops 2 or try ghost if that fits you but Advanced warfare is not Cod anymore it is just a new serie. But it got it beauty and it's fall so i recommend it still but give you a warning, it is a good game still and hard work were but in to it so try it out or look someone else play it :)
As one of the biggest gaming franchises to date, call of duty has had it's great games (obviously modern warfare for example), but recently it's been lacking it's momentum, for the simple reason that all the games feel the same. (bo 2, mw3, ghosts). But I have to say I actually really enjoyed advanced warfare. Why? Because in many ways, it was new. The short six hour campaign is definitely not good, as usual, with cliched parts and other non sense ones. The voice acting is decent actually, with an amazing performance from Kevin Spacey, but all the other characters fall flat. But the one thing that is awesome is the gameplay. From the moment you use the exo suit for the first time you will feel extremely overpowered. Some might thing it's a bad thing, but it's not because you're not really overpowered, other enemies have those suits too. And the different gadgets and functions you have will also feel great when you use them. Obviously, there are cons, and the main one is that you don't have full access to the exo suit during the campaign. They will block some functions of your exo suit in certain levels, because they want you to go exactly as they want. And that is bad, not giving choice to the player that is, Luckily it's not the story what makes shooters good these days (sadly also), but it's the multiplayer, where we finally get access to (nearly) everything that was blocked in the campaign, And the different weapons you unlock, the perks, the functions, they will keep you busy for a long time. Some maps are even lots of fun to play in, And use the exo suit against other players with exo suits couldn't feel any better. So, do I advise the game? Absolutely. It has it's flaws, it's not amazing, but it's definitely good, and shooter funs and even casual players should enjoy it. It gets the boring Call of Duty formula and shakes it up a bit, and that is never a bad thing.
Call of Duty has always been a wonderfully built FPS and Advanced Warfare is no different. This time around though you have boosting mechanics from your exo-suit that you are always wearing which gives the game a much faster and less restrictive feel. This mechanism is the first large step Call of Duty has taken since the original Modern Warfare and it's Create A Class system. It works wonderfully and makes movement much more exciting. The campaign is the same heavy-action-taken-straight-from-Rambo kind of thing we see in every installment, and that's okay. Call of Duty has never tried to be more than that and it does a damn good job of creating those "wow" moments where you feel like a complete bad ass. Multiplayer is essentially the same this time around albeit the added movement mechanics which switches up the game enough to still be fun and an RPG like loot system which I actually enjoyed very much. The Exo Zombie mode that was added in is fun but it loses it's luster pretty quick, as does the included survival mode. They are great for a round or two with some buddies but everybody always goes back to the multiplayer. Even though I don't enjoy Call of Duty nearly as much as I used to and the fatigue is definitely setting on me, I can take a step back and realize how well of game this is in its own right.
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