A new Kevin Spacey Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare ad delivers 60 seconds of gameplay and action during football games this week, building excitement for the Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare release date in early November.
In this new Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare ad we see Kevin Spacey welcome gamers to “Advanced Warfare,” with action filled scenes of soldiers, Spacey , bombs, drones, jets, jet packs and interactive surroundings. With as much screen time as he gets you might think this is Call of Duty Kevin Spacey, but it’s actually Advanced Warfare.
The new Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare ad skips out early, but you still find a Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare pre-order on Amazon or Best Buy for release day delivery and with early access so you can play the new Call of Duty game a full day early. There are also digital Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare pre-order options available already.
Watch the new Kevin Spacey Call of Duty ad below, for an extended look at the new Call of Duty gameplay.
Gamers will see this new ad repeatedly during football games and primetime TV for the next month as SledgeHammer games builds the hype for the Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare release date on November 4th. Despite increased competition from TitanFall and GTA 5 as well as other budding franchises in 2013 and a busy release schedule in November it looks like Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare plans to retake its crown.
The new Call of Duty 2014 release earns the tagline Advanced Warfare thanks to the new technology that gamers can use throughout their missions. In the new Call of Duty gamers control Jack Mitchell who operates in a world where Atlas is in control led by Jonathan Irons (Kevin Spacey) as a super power for hire.
Gamers aren’t robots, but they do gain a powerful exoskeleton that adds strength and capabilities like jumping higher and using a jet pack when you need to go even further. This is just the start of technology available to soldiers in Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare. Smart grenades go right where you want them, shields protect you from the enemy, directed energy weapons add new options and drones become part of gameplay.
The Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare video below highlights the many new weapons and technology at your disposal. Gamers can customize their character and weapons using Supply Drops. Players can level up with Supply Drops with upgrades for weapons and exoskeletons as well as other upgrades. This does not replace XP, it is only an extra way to upgrade your character. You will find Supply Drops in the game and on specially marked Mountain Dew.
Gamers who pre-order Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare through participating retailers can unlock the Day Zero edition which includes a day of early access and special weapons. There are also many Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare special editions available for gamers who want bonus items.
We saw one Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare deal drop the price to $35, but it is no longer available. Best Buy offers a $10 discount on the game to users who pre-order the game. Best Buy also plans a midnight Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare release date event.
Gamers who buy a digital Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare release on Xbox 360 or PS3 can count on a free upgrade to the PS4 or Xbox One version, as long as they stay on the same console family.
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PS4 Call of Duty Advanced Warfare Details:
Call of Duty Advanced Warfare is one of the top PS4 games to buy in 2014 not only becuase it is a new Call of Duty game, but because it is ready for a PS4 lacking fun shooters.
Yest it arrives into a fall filled with Destiny, but Killzone didn't live up to the excitement and there is no Titanfall for PS4.
Instead gamers get this Kevin Spacey filled Call of Duty Advanced Warfare release that delivers a super soldier with smart weapons and access to technology like never before including drones and hoverbikes.
Call of Duty Advanced Warfare Gameplay Video