The Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare release date is here and as you get your hands on the game there are several things you need to try right away. This is especially true if you get the game on DAY ZERO, but the rest of these tips and things to try are still great even after the Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare Day Zero release. We even have early Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare tips and tricks to become a master of your exoskeleton.
You’ll need to go online and jump into the game without a lot of practice to maximize the DAY ZERO Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare release, so one of the first things you should do is spend most of your day in Multiplayer.
Activision’s Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare release date arrived today after a midnight release at major retailers and digitally, so many users already started playing, but if you are waiting for delivery while at school or at work, here are the things you need to prepare to do when you get home.
Some stores sold out of the DAY ZERO edition according to reports on Twitter, but if you want to pick up a copy on the way home from work or school you shouldn’t have to worry too much. Most stores still have Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare in stock today.Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare is $60 for the basic version, $80 for the limited edition and $119 for the pro collector edition with extras.
Here are five things you need to try in Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare as soon as you finish installing the game on your console. If you are on the fence check out the early Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare reviews
Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare Double XP
During the DAY ZERO Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare release you gain double XP all day. This finishes at midnight eastern, so as soon as you can play, jump into the Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare multiplayer and start earning double XP.
You earn XP for completing kills and other activities in the Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare multiplayer mode. Chain together kills and assists and try different modes to earn more XP.
XP are experience points that go towards your rank in Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare and unlock special items as you rank up.
Master Boost, Jumps & Slides
These Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare tips and tricks will help you become a better player and know when to use boost, double jumps, slides and boost to cover. Watch the Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare tips and tricks video below to see how you can use these and details on how you can play better and level up faster in Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare.
You can even crash down by crouching in air and deal damage to other nearby players, but you need a direct hit to kill someone.
Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare App
There is a Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare companion app that is essential for anyone playing in a clan. You can use the app to find and play Clan Wars and to customize you emblems from the app while you are on the go.
Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare Smart Grenades
In the new Call of Duty you get access to special grenades. In addition to exploding, you can highlight threats and or choose a smart grenade that homes in on an enemy.
Check out how this works and how you can unlock an achievement or a trophy during the main mission gameplay. The new smart grenades look like a fun tool.
Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare Perks
In addition to XP, Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare includes Supply Drops that you earn while you play. You can activate these to unlock special features and in-game gear. Some of these are new upgrades to your character, and many expire after a certain amount of time.
You can see a list of perks and gear that you gain with missions and kill streaks in Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare on the wikia, including items like Gung Ho and Low Profile.
Gung Ho lets you shoot while sprinting and sliding and low profile makes the player invisible to UAVs and Tracking Rounds. As soon as you can add these you’ll be able to increase your killing power.
Check out the Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare perks and wildcards in the video above to see what they are and where you can enable them.