Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare Trailer Will Topple Your Expectations like a House of Cards

Originally the plan was for the newest Call of Duty game, made by Modern Warfare 3 collaborator Sledgehammer Games, to be revealed this coming Sunday, but you know how the Internet works. The official trailer for Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare is out now and it features Kevin Spacey (who is a Southern accent away from portraying Frank Underwood), drones, exoskeletons, hover bikes and much much more. If you thought Black Ops 2 was futuristic, wait until you get a load of this:

Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare certainly looks nice, but there are also a lot of signs that point to it being on an upgraded version of the same old engine (I swear, I’ve watched the same running animation for the soldiers in slow-mo since 2007). What do you guys think of this reveal? Back on the Call of Duty hype-train? Can Advanced Warfare pick up after the post-Ghosts slump? According to the trailer, the release date for Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare is November 4, 2014. No consoles were specifically listed, except for the Xbox One version which provided the footage for the trailer.

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6 thoughts on “Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare Trailer Will Topple Your Expectations like a House of Cards”

  1. The super jumping, the wall crawling etc. If the awesome exoskeleton manoeuvres are accessible by everybody in multi-player (not just a kill-streak or only in single player) then colour me interested. If not, then its just regular old COD with the usual guest star and cinematic quick-time events (meh).

  2. I’m going to go out on a limb and say that in multiplayer, everyone will have an exoskeleton that will let you super jump, climb high walls, wall-run and it will feel pretty similar to a recently released sci-fi first person shooter.

  3. @Mitch
    Never heard of it 😛

    Now that I think about it though, the timing seems a little too coincidental for both Titanfall and COD: Titandrop to be coming out in the same year.

  4. @Mitch He’s largely the reason, however the fact that this is the first Call of Duty developed in the three year cycle, the first with a new engine since COD4, and the first to be developed by a non-Treyarch/Infinity Ward studio has my attention.

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