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Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare gameplay launch trailer released

The official Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare gameplay launch trailer has been released.

Ahead of the game’s release date on November 4, the officially Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare gameplay launch trailer is now out.
Giving you a few glimpses of the game’s new exoskeletons, high-tech weaponry and other new gadgets, the trailer also features a few spotlights on the main characters in the game.
“What you’re seeing is advanced warfare”, states Kevin Spacey’s character, Jonathan Irons. You’ll spot the drone camera zooming just ahead of his Jeep as he patrols the city.
The game is set in a possible near-future, following the events of five simultaneous nuclear strikes across five continents. The Government and military forces have been thrown into disarray and now private military company, Atlas, is calling the shots.
“Rising from the chaos is Atlas, a Private Military Corporation led by the cunning Jonathan Irons. With the most powerful military force in the world, Atlas has effectively become a superpower for hire.”
You play as Jack Mitchell, who is kitted out with the new advanced exoskeleton, which lets you traverse terrain in a different way. You’ll be able to chain together movements like jumps, dashes and dodges in a more fluid gameplay style.
In multiplayer, you’ll be able to utilise all the new technology as well. Plus, developer Sledgehammer has revamped Create-a-Class and now allows you to earn additional weapons and gear through mid-game Supply Drops.
Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare is out on November 4 for PS4, Xbox One, Xbox 360, PS3 and PC.
If you pre-order the Day Zero Edition now, you can get 24 hours early access to the game.
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