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GAME to open stores early for Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare launch

GAME has revealed its plans for world dominati- ugh sorry, plans for the Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare midnight launch.

The game retailer says it’s going to open all of its 316 stores across the UK from 11pm on Sunday November 2 so gamers can snag an early copy of the new shooter.

Gamers will be able to get in 24 hours of play-time as soon as midnight strikes with the exclusive Advanced Warfare Day Zero edition.

For the less keen, the general release date for the game is marked for November 4, landing across the following platforms: PC, Xbox 360, Xbox One, PS3, and PS4.

It’s also worth noting that if you buy the game digitally on PS3 or Xbox 360, you’ll be able to get the same manufacturer’s next-gen console version at zero cost.

Earlier this month, Sledgehammer Games unveiled the official Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare gameplay trailer, showing off the fast-approaching FPS ahead of release.

The game is set a little way into earth’s future, after global nuclear warfare has ravaged society and thrown the establishment into chaos.

There’s plenty of new in-game tech on offer, including an exoskeleton that opens up vertical combat (read: Titanfall) for the first time in Call of Duty’s history.

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