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.
I haven't beaten the entire single player mode yet, but this is one of the better FPS games I've ever played. The game looks great. The new exo-suit abilities are awesome. You can jump boost, dash, and do a variety of other things. I found the single player to be fresh and varied. The multiplayer game is typical COD but with the exo suits its tough to not get taken advantage of sometimes. It's very customizable like Ghosts online multiplayer. Bottom line this is a great FPS and one of the better CODS I've ever played.
"Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare" was a major improvement over its predecessor "Call of Duty: Ghosts". Made by Sledgehammer Games and released in Nov. 2014, "Advanced" was a surprise in the sense that it was the best COD game in years. More satisfying than "Black Ops II" and more inventive than "Modern Warfare 3", this was the best the franchise had been since the original BLOPS (2010). It also marked the first time Activision had used the likeness of a major Hollywood actor. In this case, it was Kevin Spacey that played the lead villain, echoing his character from "House of Cards". The big innovation in "Advanced" were the exo-suits that resembled the one that Matt Damon wore in "Elysium". They sped up the multiplayer gameplay considerably and were a major aspect in the well-made (if a bit conventional) campaign. On a personal note, "Advanced Warfare" was the first Xbox One game I ever played and I was instantly wowed by its graphics. The visuals are quite astounding for an early XB1 title. The futuristic tech is also quite amazing and I found it amusing that the sticky gloves from the single-player are straight out of "Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol". There are also a few nods to the original "Modern Warfare" in the campaign. While the multiplayer benefits from a faster pace due to the exo-suits, "Titanfall" is an overall better experience. Unfortunately, the survival mode in "Advanced Warfare" isn't as good as the one featured in "Modern Warfare 3", though it supports four player co-op. Also, the exo-skeleton zombie maps are inferior to the previous zombies that were developed by Treyarch. More basic in both design and challenge, they are fun to play, but never do feel like the "real" thing. However, I do prefer them to Extinction from "Ghosts". Being the first "Call of Duty" fully developed by Sledgehammer Games and the first all-out futuristic entry in the series, "Advanced Warfare" could've been another "Ghosts". Thankfully, it proved to be the anti-"Ghosts". While it's not a masterpiece like "Modern Warfare" or as terrific as "Black Ops", this was the COD game that evolved the series. The campaign is entertaining, the multiplayer is enjoyable and the zombies are....okay. As much of a surprise this game was, Treyarch managed to top it (if barely) with their massive "Black Ops III". Overall, I'd give "Advanced" an 8.3 out of 10.
I love to play Cod in multiplayer! I have every game since the first modern warefare.I have quite a lot of time in this game, soo i now it by hearth by now. Most of the game modes are pretty fun, and for the first time, the game won't disconnects me after every fifth game, which is a great advencement. i also like the new weapont, and the new maps are also a piece of art. What i don't really care for are this mechanical jumping things. People keep using them and just jumping all the time like there was no gravity, then shoot in the air spray and pray tsyle, and wonder why they never hit anything. Also, why they are shot easily, when out in the open... Anyway, still a pretty fun game, i just tend to remeain int he interiors if possible :)
Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare is a good game, no doubt about that, however, it does lean more to the "disgraced" side of the Call of Duty franchise. Advanced Warfare starts of the use of the "Exo-Suit" the very frowned upon "double jumping" part of Call of Duty. Apart from that, it's weaponry, scenic maps and overall gameplay are all pluses. The detail of the game is very high, and the campaign goes into real depth of modern-future problems that could possibly arise. The multiplayer is well built with a vast range of obtainable achievements which not all are hard to get. One big con this game comes along with is its stride further away from the most desired boots-on-ground theme wanted by the Call of Duty gamers and fans. Although it can be fun and really interesting, this futuristic and borderline-non-realistic attributes and technologies of the game really does detract from the quality of the game. 7/10
CoD is a juggernaut pretty much no matter what they put out. And while I heard a lot of my friends hate on this game, I must say I had an absolute blast in multiplayer. The loadouts and movement system are incredibly fun and comebacks are always possible with good plays. Probably not much happening with the multiplayer these days, but someone is always playing call of duty somewhere. My only complain is the zombie mode seems to be locked behind paid DLC which is a shame. They should have included a few maps to get you started. Plus the single player campaign has KEVIN SPACEY. You can't go wrong. He makes a terrific villain.
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