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Call Of Duty Advanced Warfare To Have 13 Multiplayer Maps at Launch

Posted October 6, 2014 by Bunneh3000 in News
Advanced Warfare emblem

Ladies and gentlemen. The holiday season is almost upon us. As we step gingerly into October, we all hope that the quality of the games dropping this year that haven’t been delayed are worth the money that many of us are looking to spend. One of the years anticipated games is the first solo development effort from Sledgehammer Games in the realm of Call of Duty.

Advanced Warfare looks to be the franchise’s return to FPS greatness as the scenery changes to a semi-futuristic setting with glorious tech, interactive multiplayer maps, and super sweet exoskeletons. Recently, on twitter, Sledgehammer Games co-founder Michael Condrey confirmed that the game was going to release with 13 multiplayer maps. Those who pick up the collector’s edition will receive an extra map called Atlas George which is a reimagined version of Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare’s Pipeline multiplayer map.

Condrey also confirmed that the ever-popular emblem editor from previous Call of Duty games will return. This popular customization feature would led to some of the most interesting (and at times most profane) emblems that could be seen on both the player’s gametag as well as their gun (or riot shield also). Now, the emblem will also be featured on the player’s exoskeleton as well. I’m certain we’ll be seeing more Batman, Homer Simpson, and male bodyparts all over the battlefield once again.

Advanced Warfare will be available for all consoles in your game-o-sphere (except the Wii U) on November 4th. If you pre-order the game, you will receive the game a day early on November 3rd in an edition called the Day-Zero edition.

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