Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare is one of those games that were extremely hyped for their E3 2014 showing, and it looks like the game was all worth it. Activision, the publisher of the game, released its E3 line up just a few hours before the official show, nonetheless, the game at Microsoft's booth looks fairly awesome. We already know some details about the game such as it will be a cross-gen title hitting all major consoles and PC on November 4, 2014, but today, the publisher released a very important bit; the gameplay trailer of Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare.
Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare Gameplay Trailer Reminds You to Prepare Yourself for Next-Gen Warfare - Coming November 4
Following some huge leaks about a month ago, Activision finally took the covers off the next title in the highest grossing first-person shooter veteran video game franchise known as Call of Duty. The upcoming eleventh primary installment in the series is named Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare and unlike most other AAA video game titles, this game will be released in the ongoing year. The publisher of the game released a lot of details after the title's confirmation but a complete reveal was promised at E3 2014, and now here we have it.
First things first: Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare is a first-person shooter like all previous games in the series. The storyline of the game is just typical warfare, war zone type, but this time around, the game is set in highly advanced futuristic world of 2054. The game is based on a private military corporation that has turned against the government of the United States. The player will take the boots of a former U.S Marine, Mitchell, who joins the CEO of the largest private military company, Atlas, in his quest to call revenge upon the U.S government officials.
Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare E3 2014 Gameplay Demo:
Coming to development process, Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare is being developed by Sledgehammer Games, a video game development studio best known for its part in the making of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3. The studio is making use of some new technologies in development of the game. According to the developer, the game's engine does include some old code from previous games but most part of the engine is nothing less than sparkling new. With all-new rendering, animation, physics and audio systems, Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare will bring together the true next-gen potential.
Just like Microsoft's Xbox 360 console, the Xbox One will also take advantage of Microsoft's exclusivity deal with Activision. Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare will get a timed DLC exclusively for the Xbox One console. Other details will be revealed soon.
Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare E3 2014 Screenshots:
Sorry for crappy quality and watermark logos, I took these screenshots directly from Twitch stream.