First look at multiplayer in Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare

Activision has now released a new video taking a peek at what the multiplayer mode will be like in Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare.

Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare changes the Call of Duty multiplayer experience in a lot of ways.

There will be more player movements and capabilities and it will also offer the deepest customization features in franchise history. The exoskeleton suit will allow gamers to jump and move around maps in ways that were never possible before.

In addition to this announcement, Activision also revealed the Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare Day Zero Edition. What’s so special about this edition is that you can play the game 24 hours before everyone else.

You can start shooting the game on November 3rd while everyone else has to wait until November 4th. You also receive double XP playing on November 3rd as well.

“With Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare we introduced the first new lead developer to the franchise in a decade and our first three-year development cycle, with one mission: bring breakthrough innovation to the franchise, while also honouring its roots.

“We feel Sledgehammer Games has risen to that challenge,” said Activision Publishing, Inc.’s CEO, Eric Hirshberg.

“Advanced Warfare introduces significant new mechanics to multiplayer that truly changes the game, but more importantly just speaking as a gamer it’s a hell of a lot of fun.”

The multiplayer mode in Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare features 12 modes with returning favourites such as Capture the Flag and Hardpoint, Team Deathmatch, Domination, and Search and Destroy. Some of the new modes included are Uplink and Momentum which is a new take on the classic War mode.

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