Call of Duty Advanced Warfare - Day Zero Edition
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Order and get access to the Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare Day Zero Edition*. Day Zero Edition features two custom weapons, the AK-12G Assault Rifle and Crossbow-B2. Finally, the Day Zero Edition also includes the Advanced Arsenal Bullet Brass exoskeleton and EM1 Quantum directed energy weapon. Play before the rest of the world with the Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare Day Zero Edition. *Day Zero Edition quantities limited, availability subject to demand and inventory at retailer locations. *DLC (Downloadable Content) may not be included and is not guaranteed to work*
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Last time I played CoD was MW3. My favorites up until then were CoD 4:MW and MW2. Advanced Warfare doesn't quite match up to those two in my mind, in part because of the introduction of the exo suits but also because of originality. Decide for yourself though, this is only my opinion.
Graphics aren't a priority to me but I think the game looks great.
- The game mechanics are smooth, as always with CoD.
- The new features with the exo suits are a welcome addition to the series but still take away on some realness the game used to bring.
- The weapons work well, some cool new additions. No spoilers.
- The campaign is entertaining, better than some of the previous games but not the best. It does however have the best single player ability set. I only played it on Hardened difficulty.
- The Multiplayer UI still has the same basic look and approach which is well done.
- Survival mode is pretty fun.
- Will be a new exo-Zombie mode! New weapons, items and maps in DLC! Finally more than maps!
- Classic multiplayer for play without exo suits if you prefer
- The operator appearance customization would be better included with each custom weapon class and used in the matches. Instead, its pretty pointless because its not used for anything really.
- P2P lag, sometimes makes it pointless to play. Why not use dedicated servers?
- Survival Mode instead of Covert Ops, that's a con to me.
- I was hoping Advanced Warfare would add a bit more depth into the multiplayer part of the game as well as more height and distance in levels for more spread.
I say just wait to buy until the price drops. If you compare this to the previous titles or other games like Titanfall then yeah, this game doesn't really bring anything new to the table. However, it is well put together and entertaining. I've always liked the grittiness of CoD over other games, so regardless of what this game lacks I'll still choose it over others like Halo or Titanfall. If this had released in place of MW3 it would've been the right time, IMO. Now it feels like CoD is playing catch up instead of leading the pack.
We'll see what the future holds for this game via patches and DLC but with Evolve releasing soon I see CoD taking the backseat in my gaming world.
sure, call of duty might use the same recycled player movement, running, and gun handling, but i feel like thats what keeps the players coming back, because its familiar to us. one major thing activision and sledgehammer games brought in was the use of exo suits. exo suits were made for one thing and one thing only: to give the wearer a BIG and DISTINCT leg up(pun intended ) on the battlefield. exo suits allow you to dash dodge by use of clicking the left stick and moving you left or right, which i never really used cause i forgot it was there most times, but it was nice to know it was. another thing we can use to our advantage with the exo suits are the abilities. abilities come in a variety of mods, such as cloaking yourself, spawning a big ol' riot shield for a few seconds, or giving yourself a much needed double speed sprint. the suits also are the new means of throwing, or "launching" your grenades, which also have a few new gimmicks as well. you are also able to customize and receive new appearances to your exo suits, through "care drops' which give you different attire to wear, as well as different variations of weapons, suits, and clothes.
the weapons in CODAW are pretty well balanced, they did a decent job at keeping older weapons in the game, like my favorite the M16, and ushering in new futuristic weapons, like the BAL, or the new crossbow,, which was a pre order bonus.
All in all, i think activision and sledgehammer games made something great here, and im excited to see where the warfare series is able to go from here.
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I give another 5 stars to Kevin Spacy's performance; it's like as if the story is a sequel to House of Cards. In fact he did play COD in basement in Season 1 when he was a congressman. It's not hard to imagine President Frank Underwood would soon declare war on every hostile country in the world.
PS. Afterall, Titanfall is still better.
Multiplayer - The fact that Activision makes you buy numerous map packs, at about 20 bucks a pop, to play with other players online is a terribly exclusionary tactic that means if you don't buy the map packs, you won't ever play a decent online game since there are no players.
Zombies - Again, an extra that you must pay for on top of the game to unlock! what an outrage, if you bought the game on day one, and the map packs, you are looking at easily 100-150 dollars. This is like 1/3 the price of a new console! Glad i got it for 20 used, won't be buying map packs as i don't believe in it. Last COD i bought was Black Ops, got away from the franchise, now I remember why.