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article image'Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare' campaign story trailer revealed

By Stan Rezaee     Jul 30, 2014 in Entertainment
Activision and Sledgehammer Games have officially unveiled the single player campaign trailer for 'Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare', which goes more in-depth regarding the games single player story.
Set in the future, a global terrorist attack against nuclear power planets on five continents throws the world in chaos that cripples the governments of Western democracies. Out of the ashes of the chaos emerges Atlas, one of the largest private military companies in the world.
The United States starts hiring Atlas to conduct military operations across the globe on their behalf. Having accumulated great political power, they grow to become the new global military power while being the first corporation to be admitted into the United Nations Security Council.
Not satisfied with the current political clout he has developed, Atlas CEO Johnathan Irons (played by Kevin Spacey) seeks absolute power by first waging his own private wars followed by unleashing an attack against the United States.
Players will take on the role of Jack Mitchell (played by Troy Barker), a US Marine who joins Atlas after suffering a massive injury in South Korea. It has been revealed that Atlas and the Marines along with KVA, a terrorist group, are among the main factions in the game.
Its unclear if there will be more playable characters or major factions during the single player game. It's expected that Activision will unveil more details regarding the game's plot and characters before the official release date.
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 Next-Gen consoles and the PC.
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