Are you excited about the release of the latest game Call of Duty Advanced Warfare? Have you seen the latest news about it? Or are you looking for more? If you do, then this one is for you!
Call of Duty has released a video featuring the developments that the company has been doing before the release of the game. The new two-minute trailer has been released this week to give players and fans a glimpse of what?s happening behind-the-scenes while they are ?developing the game ? the art and animation direction which are involved in creating the new game.
The texts accompanying the video read as follows:
“Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare aims to deliver an immersive player experience. Sledgehammer Games Animation Director Christopher Stone and Art Director Joe Salud describe how performance capture, facial animation, and character skeletons are bringing detail to a photorealistic level.”
These two directors explained what?s involved and what?s needed in creating a next-generation console game involving Hollywood actors such as Kevin Spacey.
Sledgehammer Games? new Call of Duty Advanced Warfare will be available to different platforms such as next generation PlayStation 4 (PS4), Xbox One, PlayStation3 (PS3), Xbox 360, and PC. However, there?s no mention of a Wii U version.
Call of Duty Advanced Warfare which is set for release on November 4, 2014 is the first game in the franchise which is developed solely by Sledgehammer Games.
Excited now? If you want to be included in the first ones who would have the game, register for pre-order now.
?Pre-order Call Of Duty: Advanced Warfare and get access to the Advanced Arsenal, featuring a custom bullet brass themed exoskeleton and the EM1 Quantum, an all-new directed energy weapon, for use in multiplayer gameplay. Be ready for combat on day one in Call Of Duty: Advanced Warfare with the Advanced Arsenal.?
So, are you thrilled by the animation? For more details about the Call of Duty Advanced Warfare, stay tuned with us! We will let you know more as soon as we get additional information.
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