Call Of Duty series has been a game, popular for its ?realism? and with their ?realistic? settings.? Starting from the World War 2 era up to Modern Warfare, everything looked and felt realistic with the game?s settings. However, it not just because of these games, that the franchise would stick with the idea forever. One good example is Call of Duty: Black Ops 2, which introduced us to a futuristic looking setup. (The mechanized warfare and the stuff going on looks like it was going to happen sometime in the future)
In the upcoming Call Of Duty: Advanced Warfare, things are way different, and the ?science-fiction? feel of the game is going to be brought to a whole new level. This time, you get to see hovering vehicles and energy weapons (think Command and Conquer: Tiberium Sun in a modern, first person point of view), and these are just a few of what we?re about to see in the upcoming game.
Activision made clear on this concept by giving an obvious description of the game?s supposedly plot line. ?A look at how the rise of Private Military Companies could change the nature of war.? Kevin Spacey would be one of the main characters in the game, and he is going to portray Jonathan Irons, whose role is being the head of the company looking for a way ?to privatize ?advanced? warfare on epic proportions. It does not, however, mean, that he is a villain in the game.
The main protagonist in the game takes form in Mitchell (voiced by Troy Barker, who is well known for his work on the game The Last Of Us) who?joins Atlas as a private military contractor. With this mission, things go a bit more complicated and all hell breaks lose (This is a classic Call of Duty clich?)
Players will earn points which they can later use for leveling up their EXO suit. This will help the EXO suit get better at jumping, climbing and even hovering in midair for a couple of seconds.
The final list of weapons hasn?t been revealed yet, but aside from Energy Guns, there are other ?futuristic? weapons that will be added in the mix. It will also have variable grenades that does other functions aside from exploding. It can track enemies as well.
For screenshots and updates on the game?s development progress, check out the official website of the game here.
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