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Create Some Havoc With Call Of Duty’s Early Weapon DLC

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Buy the Season Pass. Get instant access to the DLC 1 bonus weapon – AE4 Directed Energy Assault Rifle and custom weapon variant – AE4  Widowmaker Directed Energy Assault Rifle. At least that’s what the Havoc DLC Early Weapon Access Trailer tells us… take a look below then lock and load for some pew pew laser action in Call of Duty Advanced Warfare.

Call Of Duty: Advanced Warfare Review

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Activision’s behemoth first-person-shooter, Call of Duty – has taken a huge leap forward marking another change of direction for the title since Ghost’s launched with the Xbox One last year. In what started as a World War II game fast evolved in a Modern Warfare, which then led to a Black Ops operation and a covert Ghost’s mission. Now four changes later and perhaps a more natural progression from Modern Warfare is Sledgehammer Games first solo entry into the franchise with Advanced Warfare. Despite talks of a potential Modern Warfare 4, in the very early stages of Sledgehammer Games direction, Glen Schofield, (general manager and co-founder of Sledgehammer Games) confirmed to thisisxbox at Eurogamer ’14 that a more future technology driven adventure was always on the cards and the way forward following their joint effort with Infinity Ward on Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3. We previously had hands-on multiplayer sessions with Advanced Warfare at both Gamescom and Eurogamer this year and rate the title as the best Call of Duty in years!

It’s been no secret that thisisxbox rated the previous two Call of Duty titles in the franchise less favourable than we had hoped for, but Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare brings the franchise to life again with an action packed story driven adventure true to the Call of Duty roots with over the top plot lines and building crashes a plenty. It’s certainly no walk in the park and leaves enough surprises to raise a few eyebrows all in glorious next-gen visual quality. By that we mean a million miles apart from what Infinity Ward deemed next-gen with Ghosts, because Advanced Warfare looks and plays as you would expect a true next-gen title to gleam and shine from start to finish. All before we even get » Continue Reading.

Call Of Duty Advanced Warfare Gets A Huge Update

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Would you believe it’s been a month since Call of Duty Advanced Warfare launched? Doesn’t time fly when you’re shooting your buddies online! Sledgehammer have been pretty active in addressing issues and bugs as quickly as they are discovered – now they are preparing to drop the biggest patch to date in Advanced Warfare’s short life.

The patch addresses weapon balancing, emblem problems, improvements to lobbies, exploits, spawn problems, connection issues and tweaks to Sledgehammer’s anti-cheat system – this is just the quick run down of the patch notes, for a more concise list of the improvements and fixes coming to Call of Duty Advanced Warfare this week be sure to swing by the community page on callofduty.com.

Call Of Duty: Advanced Warfare – Biggest Entertainment Launch Of The Year

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Activision have announced that Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare is the biggest entertainment launch of the year, beating not only all other video games, but also the biggest movies, music and books launched in 2014. This is a familiar story as has happened in the past with other previously highly anticipated editions of Call of Duty.

“Since Activision created the Call of Duty franchise in 2003, franchise revenues have exceeded $10 billion in sales worldwide, far exceeding box office receipts for such household movie franchises as Hunger Games, Transformers, Iron Man and Avengers, combined,” said Bobby Kotick, CEO of Activision Blizzard. “Advanced Warfare is the biggest entertainment launch of 2014 in terms of revenue, surpassing all movie, music and book launches this year.”

“We poured our hearts into making Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare an epic ride and we are pleased with the performance,” said Eric Hirshberg, CEO, Activision Publishing, Inc. “Sales and engagement are up through the first week compared to last year. Season Pass sales are up, as well. The game has been very positively reviewed and the response from fans has been tremendous. We believe Advanced Warfare will be the most successful game of the year and we thank our fans for making it the biggest entertainment launch of the year.”

Activision also confirmed that Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare is the highest-selling digital launch in console history according to Xbox Live, PlayStation Network and internal Activision estimates.

Engagement for Sledgehammer Games’ newest entry to the franchise is based on statistics from the first week after launch according to internal estimates, with gamers playing more than 370 million online matches in its first week of release and levelling up over 200 million times in Advanced Warfare online multiplayer mode.

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Call Of Duty: Advanced Warfare First Patch In The Works

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Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare launched this past week worldwide and developer Sledgehammer Games’ is “listening to the community” and has roughly detailed what the first patch will be fixing.

The vast majority of the changes that have been revealed on its official website revolve around general game polish and have also addressed the err… slightly dodgy connection the game has been experiencing this past week by stating the following:

Advanced Warfare employs game servers hosted at data centers globally on all platforms and listen servers as part of our proprietary matchmaking system. Our goal is to ensure the best possible connection and greatest gameplay experience regardless of location and time of day.”

The patch that is in the works and should be hitting the Xbox One platform soon contains a bunch of bug fixes, such as;

    Prestige reset issues, including emblems and challenges. Adjustment to the in-game chat names notifications placement. Fix for weapon reloads counting as speed reloads in certain circumstances. Connectivity optimizations. Fix for stats accumulating towards leaderboards after prestiging. Adjustment to challenges to unlock Camos for weapons. Fix for round-based game modes, affecting Win/Loss ratios. Implemented ability to unlock eSports Rule options in Private Match.

Are you enjoying Advanced Warfare? Like the changes that are being made? Let us know in the comments!

 

 

Call Of Duty: Advanced Warfare Day Zero Edition Out Now

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Power changes everything starting today, as Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare Day Zero Edition is now available worldwide. Eager fans lined up at midnight at thousands of retail locations around the globe to get access to the Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare Day Zero Edition, available today. The new title from Activision Publishing, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Activision Blizzard, Inc. [Nasdaq: ATVI], marks the first Call of Duty ® game led by developer Sledgehammer Games and the first time for a three-year development cycle. Advanced Warfare also introduces the exoskeleton – the biggest core movement change in franchise history. With the power of the exo, players can boost jump, dodge, slam and more through a visceral and compelling new story; built from the ground up multiplayer experience; and a brand new cooperative mode for the complete entertainment package that only Call of Duty can deliver.

“Three years ago we made some big decisions to invest in a three-year development cycle and to enlist Sledgehammer Games to be the first new lead studio for Call of Duty in a decade,” said Eric Hirshberg, CEO of Activision Publishing, Inc. “We believe that those decisions have paid off, resulting in a fantastic game, Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare, which features a kickass story, an epic performance by Kevin Spacey, beautiful graphics and new core mechanics that make Advanced Warfare even more of an adrenaline rush than Call of Duty already was. And that’s saying something.”

Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare envisions a powerful future, where both technology and tactics have evolved to create a ripped-from-the-headlines-of-tomorrow story. Kevin Spacey stars as Jonathan Irons – one of the most powerful men in the world – shaping this chilling vision of the future of war. Based on plausible technology and extensive research, the » Continue Reading.

Call Of Duty: Advanced Warfare Receiving Gun Game And Infected Modes

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Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare is hitting stores around the world in just over a week and finally, more details are slowly being released about its highly anticipated multiplayer.

The party games that were in Call of Duty: Black Ops were a massive success and fan favourite, so it’s not surprising that the vocal community behind the Call of Duty series has made itself heard about bringing these games back and developer Sledgehammer Games is listening.

In the latest issue of Newsweek Magazine, it has been revealed that Gun Game and Infected will be heading to the next release at launch, as well as ten other multiplayer modes which are; Free for All, Team Deathmatch, Domination, Hardpoint, Capture the Flag, Kill Confirmed, Search & Destroy, Search & Rescue, Uplink and Momentum.

It seems like we’re getting the best both of both worlds when it comes to the game modes, both new and old. Are you looking forward to Advanced Warfare? Let us know in the comments below!

Call Of Duty: Advanced Warfare Launch Trailer

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A new vision for the blockbuster franchise, Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare from Sledgehammer Games, takes players to a future devastated by a global attack. 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. Playing as Jack Mitchell, suit up in an advanced exoskeleton and join a highly-trained unit committed to restoring order.

The exoskeleton carries over into Multiplayer, where an all-new movement system changes the way players traverse the terrain. Chain together boost actions like jump, dodge, and dash in a fast and fluid style of play. Equip all-new abilities and armaments in the revamped Create-a-Class. Earn additional weapons and gear through in-game Supply Drops, outfitting your operator in the deepest customization experience in franchise history.

Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare launches on November 4th 2014

Leaked Image Suggest Zombie Mode Returns For Call Of Duty: Advanced Warfare

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Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare is available to pre-load now from the Xbox Live Marketplace on Xbox One, and eager fans have wasted no time in dissecting the files and images associated with Achievements. One Achievement in particular that suggests the return of a Zombie mode is a game type connected to the Exo survival mode.

Exo Survivor, is an Achievement unlocked when a player “Successfully Complete the Exo Survival Bonus Wave.” – and the image associated with it is that of Zombies on the rampage in Exo Suits as shown above.

Nothing has been officially confirmed by Sledgehammer Games or Activision, but the release of this years Call of Duty in the way of ‘Advanced Warfare’ is a mere few weeks away. Out November 3rd for those who pre-ordered the Day One Edition and November 4th 2014 for everyone else around the globe.

Look out for our review in due course.

Call Of Duty: Advanced Warfare – Multiplayer Deep Dive Trailer

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Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare Multiplayer is set to deliver one of the most game changing experiences in franchise history. Take a closer look at some of the new Multiplayer features, including exoskeleton movement, customization, maps, and modes.

Thisisxbox.com went hands-on with Sledgehammer’s sole entry into the greatest FPS franchise during Gamescom 2014.

With the Exoskeleton suit new strategies have to be thought through since enemies can climb buildings, jump higher, acquire tactical playing abilities such as shields, and it all seems to distance the age-old tradition of sitting in corners with Sniper Rifles – finally “Camping” might have been wiped out in Advanced Warfare! This new feature for Call of Duty has been seen in other games before; (before everyone starts chanting Titanfall clone) keep in mind that development for Advanced Warfare and Titanfall was around the same time period – and both have copied elements from Bungie’s developed Halo games! It is hard not to think of Halo: Reach when anything jetpack styled and futuristic soldier suits are concerned, but the underlying core of the gameplay is still a familiar Call of Duty territory albeit a new futuristic step in time.

Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare launches on November 4th 2014.