Sledgehammer games are about to change the way Call of Duty functions in our modern flooded-with-FPS gaming universe. General Manager and Co-Founder of Sledgehammer Games Glen Schofield speaks this week in a demonstration trailer of Call of Duty Advanced Warfare, making clear that though this game still has to be believable, it will be a new generation in the franchise.
“The future tech in the game is actually based on technology that we see today, and we’ve taken it further.” Schofield continues, “that’s one of the things about Call of Duty, it’s gotta be relatable, gotta be believable. But we are taking it to an extent that makes it also fun and new.”
If you didn’t see the similarities between Call of Duty Advanced Warfare and Titanfall before, you’ll be entirely unable to miss it in this trailer. Starting at around the 1-minute mark, Sledgehammer shows off the Exoskeleton. Here the way you work with Call of Duty changes drastically. It’ll be like having existed in a 2D plane before, moving up to a 3D plane – jumping to new heights from the start.
Starting on November 4th, 2014, you’ll be able to play Call of Duty Advanced Warfare on a number of platforms. For now you’re going to want to head to our [Call of Duty Advanced Warfare] tag portal. We’ve got the full collection of teasers, trailers, and gameplay to let you delve in as early as possible.