Could multiplayer mode finally undergo significant changes this year? Or are they still stabbing players in the eye with some of the usual new tools?
Not only is the Call of Duty series breaking with today’s warfare, but also with the development guards so far. This year’s CoD dose, a Call of Duty: Advanced Warfareis already being developed by Sledgehammer Games, who want to take the opportunity to prove where the series has to go. More important information about multiplayer mode has come to light these days. Everyone knows that CoD games are carried on their backs by multiplayer mode, the single-player campaign has been increasingly pushed into the background in recent years, often with just a few charcoal just a few hours away. The developers say the multiplayer part will dominate again this year, but significant innovations are planned to finally get the same thing again. Studio founder Michael Condrey talked about their plans in an interview.
“We have our own style. It also has body armor attached to it, which is one of the foundations of the game. In multiplayer mode, we’re planning the biggest innovations we’ve seen so far with many great new tools. It’s a big step we’ve been working hard on for three years. what you saw on E3 will have an impact on the multiplayer part. You’ll find that everything revolves around these innovations. ” “Conrey explained in another interview.” We’d like to see all the new toys in the multi, but we’ll be showcasing a lot of them soon. also in multiplayer mode. “
This is not the only novelty around the game house. Also recently, a trailer has been posted on the World Wide Web in which we can gain insight into certain parts of the development. It turns out that the developers worked with real soldiers in the work, as well as the story of the one-man campaign they want to tell with new tools.
Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare will be released on November 4 for PC, PlayStation 3 and 4, and Xbox 360 and One.