Advanced Warfare is this year’s addition to the Call of Duty family in which there will be a use of hover bikes, exoskeletons, mech suits, and other high-tech future technology. Advanced Warfare will focus on a Private Military Corporation led by Kevin Spacey. This is sure going to be one of the more interesting story-lines to have ever been portrayed in a war game let alone within the ever so dominant Call of Duty franchise. For me personally, Call of Duty 2 for the Xbox 360 is my all-time favorite. World War II was always intriguing to me. I haven’t truly enjoyed a Call of Duty game since the first Black Ops back in 2010, although the survival mode in Modern Warfare III was fun. The concept of survival mode never gets old. In regards to the Call of Duty franchise, it has gone from a two year cycle plan to a three year cycle plan. So to keep this franchise fresh in the past, two different developers would alternate each year and develop a new Call of Duty game totally unrelated to the other developer’s addition. Now with the next generation of gaming getting into gear, three developers will take turns making a new addition to the series. Infinity Ward, Treyarch, and now Sledgehammer Games will alternate each year.
Sledgehammer Games are developing Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare and it is due out for release on November 4.