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article image'Advanced Warfare' multiplayer trailer unveiled

By Stan Rezaee     Aug 12, 2014 in Entertainment
Activision and Sledgehammer Games have unveiled the multiplayer trailer for 'Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare,' which demonstrates the game's online features.
Sledgehammer Games plans to do one of its biggest overhauls of multiplayer gameplay since Modern Warfare. This is not going to be an improvement over previous games but an all-new set up that will take advantage of the Next-Gen hardware.
The most important feature will be the introduction of the exoskeleton which will redefine the game online experiences. Each character will be equipped with an exoskeleton that will allow them to boost-jump, deploy shields, climb walls, and cloak themselves in the surrounding environments. Despite the obvious, this is not a Titanfall knock-off.
The introduction of exoskeletons requires new maps designed to allow players to take full advantage of the new features. New game modes will be introduced such as "Uplink," a twist on the classic capture the flag match that involves a satellite drone.
Advanced Warfare multiplayer will also focus a lot on personal customization that will include over 350 custom weapons and 1,000 in-game player rewards. Another major feature is the Pick 13, an improvement of the Pick 10 customization setup that was first used in Black Ops II. This will allow players to give a perk an extra point number to better customize their characters skill set.
Activision has unveiled the multiplayer trailer two weeks after the single player trailer released. The game will be set in a future where Private Military Companies have grown to have great influence after massive terrorist attack while the most powerful, Atlas, decides to turn against America.
Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare will be the eleventh game in the popular series that has sold over 100 million copies and on average has 40 million active players a month. The game will be released on November 4 for all major consoles and the PC.
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