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CoD: Advanced Warfare Preview – High-tech reigns supreme in Call of Duty
Following the announcement of Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare we limped in two minds. On the one hand, we found the new setting around Private Military Companies, with Kevin Spacey as the leader of the PMC Atlas, very interesting. On the other hand, the Advanced Warfare Call of Duty series takes back further into the future, which is associated with a greater focus on high-tech weapons and gadgets. We, and many gamers with us, just hoping that there is yet another Call of Duty game would come when something more ‘back to basics’ was gone. Under the influence of technology and a greater role for aiming and shooting.
That has not happened, and they have been expressing desires and personal preferences over. With Advanced Warfare development studio Sledgehammer Games gives for the first time his own vision of the Call of Duty series. The developers of the studio already played second fiddle in the development of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3, but Advanced Warfare is the first ‘own’ Call of Duty studio. Activision urges to use their own ideas, though a clear Call of Duty base also seen in Advanced Warfare. While the developers to use
Yet there are other choices made for this game than what the other Call of Duty studio, Infinity Ward and Treyarch, have put in in the past. Thus, the single player mode of Call of Duty are often characterized by a story that is told, in which the player will also receive several soldiers under his wing. Multiple perspectives Which is otherwise. Advanced Warfare The player plays a soldier named Mitchell, and that remains the entire game, covering a number of years, unchanged. According Sledgehammer helps focus on story-driven gameplay. “A page from the Dead Space playbook” according to the developers, who thus verklapten something of their roots; part of the development of Sledgehammer comes from EA’s Visceral Games, which in the past was responsible for the Dead Space games.
Obviously not changed is the fact that Call of Duty interplay remains singleplayer and multiplayer, and just as before E3 is not the stage on which the multiplayer is showcased. Still, though some things can be seen in the gameplay, as well affirm the developers Sledgehammer. “There are separate teams for singleplayer and multiplayer, but of course there is a lot of cooperation. Both teams to learn from each other and use things from each other.” This also means that various elements of the single will also get into the multiplayer a role. Which elements that are, however, we will see later this year.Viewing:-154
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