Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare Will Be a ‘Different Call of Duty’

News of the new Call of Duty has taken the world by storm and everyone’s talking about it. Sledgehammer Games have made quite an impression with their reveal trailer for Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare.

In an interview with GameInformer, Activision Publishing CEO Eric Hirshberg called Slegehammer co-founders Glen Schofield and Michael Condrey “the perfect combination of having some history with the franchise on MW3, but also having a fresh set of eyes and new ideas about how to keep the franchise fresh.”

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Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare will be set in the year 2054. A world where soldier aren’t just highly trained veterans who know how to use a gun. Technology has changed everything and the soldier aren’t ordinary soldier any more. Equipped with state of the art weaponry, these soldier are capable of anything and won’t let anything get between them and their objective. The trailer featured some of the hi-tech equipment and these new toys will completely change the world.

“They’ve consulted with the government, futurists, and scientists to ensure that Advanced Warfare is a realistic vision of our future rather than a lazy collection of robots and lasers” adds Hirshberg.

Slegehammer co-founder Michael Condrey explained that the game will be different from your standard Call of Duty but it will retain everything the fans love in the series. “This is Call of Duty from the spirit of every thing you loved about it, but it is a different Call of Duty” he says.

Glen Schofield added that they are changing the core mechanics of the game which will significantly change game modes such as multiplayer. “It brings some pretty big experiments to the core mechanics that’ll effect multiplayer and every mode of the game”

Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare comes out on the 4th of November for PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, Xbox One and PC.