Following a bustling event at GamesCom last week, two games and one console really stepped away as clear winners of the event. The console was the Wii U and the two games are Project CARS and Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare, the latter of which saw a boost in pre-orders on Amazon UK's charts by a massive margin of 385%.
Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare's multiplayer could be very different thanks to the futuristic exoskeletons every player is wearing. However, long-time COD fans who think it's too different will have the ability to disable that new feature.
Today Activision and Sledgehammer Games will show off Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare's multiplayer for the first time. You can watch the reveal event right here.
Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare's multiplayer is about to be unveiled. Sledgehammer Games plans to show off the game's online modes during a special live event before Gamescom.
The opening segment of the latest story trailer for the campaign mode of Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare focuses on those who control through power and the amount of power that determines their control.
After recently revealing that Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare for the Xbox One will look the same as it did at this past year's E3 event, Sledgehammer has also revealed that they will be aiming for spec parity across both the PlayStation 4 and the Xbox One.
Sledgehammer Games wanted to clear the air about their upcoming first-person shooter, Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare: it's not going to be downgraded from what you saw at E3. According to the development team, “what you see is what you get”.
Activision and Sledgehammer are putting a lot of time and effort into the upcoming Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare. They discuss some of the new ways that they're handling the game's animation system, facial recognition and performance capture techniques.
Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare will feature a wide range of flashy, futuristic inventions. A new screenshot from Sledgehammer Games shows off one of the bigger ones: a hovertank.
Every year the developers of Call of Duty say that the latest game is going to make sweeping changes to the well-worn multiplayer formula. Sledgehammer Games is saying the same with Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare but their case is fairly convincing.
Sledgehammer Games released the very first screenshot from Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare's multiplayer this weekend through Twitter. It's bound to disappoint you.
Sledgehammer Games is leading the development for Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare. However, they've handed off responsibilities for the Xbox 360 and PS3 versions to a different developer.
New information has surfaced hinting that the Wii U may not be down and out of contention for receiving Activision's annual first-person shooting outing. In fact, some believe that Activision may be waiting for E3 to make the big reveal for Nintendo's console.
The general consensus is obviously that the game isn't running native 1080p. That much is obvious from the trailer. However, the graphics technicians and pixel engineers wanted to apply some guesswork to the upcoming first-person shooter from Sledgehammer Games and Activision.
Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare won't just be for the latest consoles. Amazon's listings for the newly announced shooter reveal that it's coming to five platforms in November.