The Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare release is still hours away, but you can already check out Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare reviews for the PS4 and Xbox 360.
These Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare reviews are ahead of the official reviews which are set to arrive at some point in the near future from a group event at Activision earlier this week.
If you are trying to decide if you should buy the game at a midnight release or even during the release week, you will want to read these Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare reviews.
One of the Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare reviews is generally positive, while the second is fairly negative about the new changes and modes from a more professional gamer standpoint.
You can count on the rest of the Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare reviews in the coming days, which will reveal more information, but here are two reviews to help buyers decide if Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare is worth buying on new consoles like the PS4 and Xbox One or on the Xbox 360 and PS3.
Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare Reviews
The first Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare review is from Steven Burns at VideoGamer. The publication purchased a copy of the PS4 Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare version early to complete and share the review ahead of the release and the rest of the Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare reviews.
Burns reviews the single player and multiplayer modes of the new Call of Duty, including the new weapons, exoskeletons and other upgrades and features.
According to this review, the new exoskeletons add to the game in interesting ways, acting as a defensive tool more than an offensive weapon. The Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare weapons no longer feel like a “potato gun” according to Burns, who says the gun audio and feedback is, “phenomenally good,” in this game.
We also get a look at the Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare campaign review, which is good, but not the main reason to buy this game. This is essential reading before you go out to buy the game.
If you want a deep dive into the multiplayer part of the game this second Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare review is the one to watch. The video review below from JNasty, who delves into the multiplayer component and the maps in Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare.
There is no in-game footage, it is just his “honest” Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare review. In short, he is not excited about the fact that;
- The graphics on the Xbox 360 are a big challenge, and you shouldn’t buy it on these.
- Using your exoskeleton will reveal your place on the maps
- The new powerups are too powerful and not varied enough
- Most maps are not good according to this player
- Tons of details on the weapons, including sniper, SMGs and others that you need to watch to see.
The 14-minute Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare review video below outlines what JNasty thinks about this new Call of Duty game, and how it compares to multiplayer on the older Call of Duty games.
The Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare release starts at midnight tonight on the East coast and at 9PM Pacific at some stores on the West coast. Gamers can buy the basic version for $59.99 and special editions for $79.99 and $119. Best Buy, Walmart and GameStop are all open at midnight for the Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare release, but you need to check which stores are open before you head out.