Activision has announced Call of Duty Advanced Warfare, a new installment of its popular shooter subjective. The company has announced the release date and has released the first trailer that surprised by the appearance one virtual Kevin Spacey.
Call of Duty Advanced Warfare is being developed by Sledgehammer (Call of Duty Modern Warfare 3) and arrive on November 4.
Still have not announced the launch pads, but it appears that will both next generation consoles as “old” as well as PC. Activision has released the first trailer for Xbox One, suggesting it will have some sort of exclusivity agreement as in previous installments.
The game takes place in a future where no technology and advanced weaponry, costumes that give soldiers superhuman abilities such as super jump. Also confirmed the participation of actor Kevin Spacey, doing a version of his role in House of cards.
Taking a video game of the same brand every year and get the commercial success is hard work. We can not forget the high level of wear, accented with each new title released. Players are more demanding, and increasingly aware of this, the editor is being said somewhat ‘Modern Warfare’ to complete a trilogy while ‘Black Ops’ won two titles.
The latest project, ‘Ghosts, was the beginning of a new era: a computer available for both transitional generation Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 consoles to the new, eagerly awaiting the arrival of new titles. Despite their good intentions, the decline in sales of the brand is evident, either by natural wear or resentment in quality parameters, for the moment, there are no plans for new direct sequel to ‘Ghosts’.
This is where the new release of ‘Call of Duty’ appears. With a more centralized development in the new generation of consoles, where One Xbox and PlayStation 4 have the most obvious technical power, ‘Advanced Warfare’ aims to bring back to his entourage of players with a proposal that arrives with the intention to redeem mistakes of the past by presenting a new theoretical framework, including abundant new playable level and bringing back the concept of argument, forgotten for the latest installments towards multiplayer action.
After three years of development, Sledgehammer Games and Activision are able to present officially ‘Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare’, the first title in the franchise centered on the new generation coming next November, with a corresponding technical drop in Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 Although they have worse players Nintendo Wii U, which unfortunately, is left out of the equation.