Sledgehammer Games is showing off Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare multiplayer to the public at the on going Gamescom conference in Cologne, Germany. Fans there playing the game are trying to find out as much about the game before its release in November. A screenshot of the game’s Settings screen popped up today and it includes some neat new features.
As seen below, the Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare Settings menu will allow users to disable music while playing the game. This is the first time in Call of Duty history that users are given this option. Disabling music will come in really handy during Search and Destroy matches where optimal concentration is required. It will also be useful when you just want to relax and play a quick match, sometime the random challenge notifications and music tracks can be really annoying.
Players will also be able to toggle Auto Mantle in Advanced Warfare. Due to the increase in speed of combat in Advanced Warfare, developers Sledgehammer Games allow players to choose to mantle over windows and walls automatically or with a button press like previous games.
Another new feature is ‘Aim Assist Rotation’ and ‘Aim Assist Slowdown’, we’re not exactly sure what it does but it sounds like it’s the ability to further tweak Aim Assist settings.
So far the developer support and features introduced in Call of Duty: Advance Warfare are making me very interested in the game. What about you? Are you looking forward to Advanced Warfare? Let us know in the comments below.