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- Power Changes Everything
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Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare
Developed by Sledgehammer Games (co-developers of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3), harnesses the first three-year, all next-gen development cycle in franchise history.
Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare
Envisions the powerful battlegrounds of the future, where both technology and tactic have evolved to usher in a new era of combat for the franchise. Delivering a stunning performance, Academy Award winning actor Kevin Spacey stars as Jonathan Irons – one of the most powerful men in the world – shaping this chilling vision of the future of war.
Power Changes Everything.
An Advanced World:
Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare takes place in a plausible future in which technological progress and today’s military practices have converged with powerful consequences. In this carefully researched and crafted vision of the future, Private Military Corporations (PMCs) have become the dominant armed forces for countless nations outsourcing their military needs, redrawing borders and rewriting the rules of war. And Jonathan Irons, the founder and president of the world’s largest PMC - Atlas Corporation - is at the center of it all.
An Advanced Soldier:
Powerful exoskeletons evolve every aspect of a soldier’s battle readiness, enabling combatants to deploy with an advanced lethality and eliminating the need for specialization. The introduction of this gameplay mechanic delivers enhanced player movement and verticality through boost jumps and grappling, covert cloaking abilities, and biomechanics that provide unparalleled strength, awareness, endurance, and speed. With the advent of the exoskeleton and newly advanced armor and weaponry, every soldier commands tactical freedom in any terrain unlike ever before, fundamentally changing the way gamers play Call of Duty across all modes.
An Advanced Arsenal:
Harnessing the power of next-gen platforms, Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare brings players into the battlegrounds of the future by boasting a new hi-tech, advanced arsenal and ability set, arming players with all-new equipment, technology, perks, and vehicles like hoverbikes and highly specialized drones. Players can also choose between standard ammunition and an all-new class of directed-energy weaponry that enables totally new gameplay dynamics. And with exoskeletons delivering a massive force multiplier and unprecedented tactical freedom, Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare evolves every firefight.
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Zombie play didn't exist when the game first released. I like the new Zombies as the game play is more straightforward and hence easier. The problem with the older zombie maps prior was that there were too many puzzles to unravel, making staying alive too difficult. Those kinds of game skills (puzzle solving) are reserved for the young (25 yrs or under). Us older players just want to find a weapon and shoot, reload, shoot again, otherwise it becomes a challenge for my old brain. Just my opinion and echoed by my similar aged friends playing Zombies.
Getting the Map Pack for zombies does add additional cost to the game. I don't play multi-player anymore (the lag is real) but instead opt for Zombies only.
Story line is good but easily beatable.
Online multiplayer mode is probably the best feature of this game as Campaign mode seems to lack and is quite short.
Online maps are good, some are great, and some are annoying.
The most "annoying" feature is probably the ability to boost-jump while in online play. It makes it hard at first (if you're not used to it) to take down a player as they're practically flying around. But once you get used to that "feature" of game-play it starts to become fun again!
I would recommend this to others as it's a good time killer and stress reliever
This game is a total departure from the realistic gameplay of the MW series and moves into Unreal Tournament territory. Not for me. Oh, and $15 for Zombies? Are you kidding me? 2 days with it and I am selling it and picking up Ghosts instead. Hopefully that is more like MW3.
I bought this expecting it to have Zombies game mode with 4-player offline splitscreen just like in BO2. So the Exo Zombies mode only comes with a 15$ DLC pack? No matter, there's still Exo Survival. So I start it up and immediately regret not researching more about this game before buying it, because only 2-players splitscreen is allowed in this game.
Plus, I heard the multiplayer still uses that P2P thing which is basically game sessions hosted by players. (If the host has a bad connection, you're gonna get bad connection to the game session)
The last CoD game I owned was MW3 and I've been playing BO2 recently with my roommate's XBox, and all I can say is the only thing that makes this game look like it's better than the previous ones is the "advanced warfare". Might as well buy Titanfall when it goes on discount for 5$.