Advanced Warfare | Call of Duty
The latest from Sledgehammer Games and Call of Duty | Advanced Warfare
Sledgehammer will be releasing the latest edition of the Call of Duty series, Advanced Warfare, this fall on 11/4/14. This release is genuinely to become another epic series in the Call of Duty camp of games. What is next? What can be done? Is buying this game worth it?
Well, as many would suspect and guess, it is worth it. We would like to say this will be the best but until playtime has been had not much can be said other than watching the trailers such as the following:
The game’s setting is certainly different as to the previous tones of the Call of Duty releases, but possibly a new arena of gaming avenues for COD is being set. Modern and past have been the focus for previous versions, and now COD is going into the “what if” realm. What if terrorist attack and who, other than the United States Military, will be present and foremost to thwart the advances of these terrorists. The possible brilliance of this campaign will be set on a presence that many of the world’s nuclear plants are the sole target, and a fictitious organization/company is in place to defend where nations are unable. The main character of the campaign is non-other than House of Cards, a Netflix series, star/actor Kevin Spacey. Kevin plays the role of the overbearing head of an international private corporation named Atlas, who is a national contracted military firm poised to offer direct action in the event of military need.
Hey, they needed something, and maybe they found the correct thing to focus on?
Call of Duty Advanced Warfare Concept Overview
The overall theme of Advanced Warfare will be:
With nations brought to their knees by a global terrorist attack, the world turns to Atlas, the largest private military company on the planet. Power, though, changes everything.
As gamers, all we can give feedback on is what we see and play. As far as Advanced Warfare revolutionizing the gaming industry above, just being a new release will remain to be seen. As of this point is just a unique storyline and certainly nothing like we got when Modern Warfare 2 was released. When MW2 was released, it changed gaming and the gaming industry. All we, as gamers, can do is wait for the next best thing, and maybe Advanced Warfare will be it.
Conclusion on Advanced Warfare Game Review
Here’s hoping for some COD excellent advancements, along with a little something that “something else” Call of Duty has had with it since the beginning. This would involve a video game that does not merely entice its players to play, makes them want to believe in endless possibilities for the future.
Call of Duty, Advanced Warfare is coming to consoles on November 14th, 2014.