This November 2014 Sledgehammer Games is going to be bringing out COD: Advanced Warfare, it will be provided by Activision. It will be the eleventh primary installment of the Call of Duty line and the 1st developed mainly by Sledgehammer Games, after Neversoft has been joined in to Infinity Ward in May 3, 2014 and has been formally made defunct on July 10, 2014. The game is planned to be launched for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360 and Xbox One this November 4, 2014. The Ps3 and Xbox 360 versions of Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare aren't going to be made by Sledgehammer Games, High Moon Studios will be developing these. It will be the first video game in the franchise to be created in a three-year creation cycle, as opposed to two years as in earlier Call of Duty video games.
Advanced Warfare, just like the many other Cod titles, is presented in a first-person shooter perspective. The game does have some new functions; as opposed to the other editions, Advanced Warfare will not make use of a traditional HUD; all information is going to be brought via holographic projections from the presently equipped weapon. There will also be some new mechanics, for instance, several firearms will permit you to take cover for a while to gain ammunition, the overall gun-play should stay the same though. You will also be able to change between grenades by using the shoulder buttons. For example Frag, EMP, Threat, Stun, ...
There already are several websites giving the beta version of Call of Duty: AW. I installed it and tested it out and it's actually pretty amazing, it really does have a handful of bugs though. I had an enjoyable experience being capable to check this out so shout out to the beautiful individuals who made the beta available. Don't forget that it's a leaked version so it is still hardly as nice as the finished video game and there won't be any support yet. There's still a bit of time left prior to the formal launch hence the video game can only get a lot better, I can't wait till it will get launched!
I really advise checking out the beta, and in case you love it you should buy the complete game as soon as it comes out It is the first time that Sledgehammer Games gets to create a Call Of Duty game completely by themselves and so I think they should receive the support they deserve and the cash from sales. However until the game gets launched I can not see any kind of reason why you should not try out the beta, you will likely have a wonderful experience, just as I've thus far. I personally have played every Cod video game to date and I believe that COD: Advanced Warfare will almost certainly beat all of them, It's definitely going to be one of the better games of 2014.