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Emblem Editor Returns in Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare

Earlier today, Sledgehammer Games’ co-founder Michael Condrey, officially announced that the Emblem Editor would be making a return in Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare.


First introduced in Call of Duty: Black Ops, the Emblem Editor, is coming back to multiplayer in Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare. Last year’s title, Call of Duty: Ghosts, did not support this feature, but rather stuck with the traditional Title and Player Card setup seen it many of the previous titles in the franchise.

With the return of the Emblem Editor, players will not only be able to customize you emblem, but the emblem will also appear on your operator’s exoskeleton in game, so that players can show it off in multiplayer matches as well as in the Virtual Lobby.

Source: Sledgehammer Games Blog

Sledgehammer Reveals Advanced Warfare’s Exo Survival Co-Op Mode

Earlier today, Sledgehammer Games officially unveiled the anticipated co-op mode for Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare.


During a brand-new trailer posted today, Sledgehammer Games peeled back the curtains on Advanced Warfare’s four player co-op mode, Exo Survival. Essentially, it appears that Sledgehammer Games is expanding on the original Survival mode, complete with exo-suit capabilities.

Power changes everything in Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare, from the Private Military Corporation-driven storyline in the single-player Campaign to the innovative exoskeleton movements in Multiplayer. Take a look at what makes Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare the total gaming package, including the world premiere of the four-player co-op mode: Exo Survival.  Read more »

IGN Presents First Gameplay of Advanced Warfare’s “Momentum” Mode

For the second week of IGN First’s Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare coverage, IGN is showing off the first gameplay of the game’s brand-new multiplayer game mode, “Momentum.”


Basically, Momentum is a take on Call of Duty: World at War’s popular game mode, War. “Momentum is essentially a game of Tug of War,” writes IGN, You can think of it as a more linear version of Domination, where the points you need to capture are in a row and not spread around the map.

Furthermore, if you capture the point in the center of the map, the next contested point is one spot closer to the enemy’s base. The more points you hold, the faster you are able to capture flags and gain points.  Watch the gameplay after the break.  Read more »

IGN Reveals Advanced Warfare “Recovery” Multiplayer Map

IGN has revealed another never-before-seen Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare multiplayer map during their month-long coverage of the upcoming Sledgehammer Games shooter.


Lead multiplayer designer at Sledgehammer Games, Greg Residorf, gives us a first look at another Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare multiplayer map – Recovery. Earlier this week, IGN also revealed another multiplayer map, called “Retreat,” which can be seen here.

At first, it looks like a nice research station nestled in the mountains of Hawaii. Plenty of hallways, corners, and close quarters spaces make SMGs shine. Then the volcano erupts…

After that, poisonous gas floods the map, and players continue to fight and battle over objectives as they’re forced to evacuate through a safety gate. Things can get a bit crazy. The second half of the map is more open with longer sight lines, making rifles a more suitable choice.  Read more »

“Retreat” Advanced Warfare Multiplayer Map Revealed

Earlier today, IGN kicked off their month-long coverage of Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare with the reveal of a brand new multiplayer map from the upcoming game.


At the time of their visit to Sledgehammer Games studio, the multiplayer map was known as “Venus,” says IGN, but it has since been changed to “Retreat.”  During the video below, Lead Multiplayer Designer Greg Reisdorf walks us through the newly revealed map.  Read more »

IGN Will Feature First Look At Advanced Warfare’s Co-Op Mode This Month

Earlier today, IGN announced that this month’s IGN First will showcase Sledgehammer Games’ upcoming first-person-shooter, Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare.



Every month, IGN picks one game to cover through the entire month, featuring exclusive details, announcements, and more. Beginning Monday, September 8 at 9am PDT/ 12pm EDT, IGN will be diving deep into Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare.

During the month-long coverage, IGN will also present the first-ever look at Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare’s co-op mode. For more details, head over to IGN.

“Call of Duty finally goes all-in on the next-gen consoles this year with Advanced Warfare, the 40-years-in-the-future shooter from Sledgehammer Games – a new studio that chipped in on Modern Warfare 3 but is finally getting the Call of Duty spotlight to themselves for the first time. Stay tuned all month long for multiplayer map reveals, new modes, developer commentaries, interviews, campaign reveals, and your first-ever look at Advanced Warfare’s co-op mode. Button up your Exo suit and let’s rock!”  Read more »

Sledgehammer Says Advanced Warfare is “the Best Game of Our Lives”

Earlier today, Sledgehammer Games’ co-founder Glen Schofield claimed that their upcoming shooter title, Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare is “the best game they have ever developed, “no doubt about it.”


Schofield said this earlier this morning over on Twitter, where he also mentioned that development on the project is almost complete, and that they are just adding the finishing touches before its release on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and PC in November.

“We r almost done! Last couple of polish items & I’m being kicked out. In the closers hands now. Best game of our lives. No doubt about it,” said Schofield.

Sledgehammer Games’ other co-founder, Michael Condrey, also shared his excitement in a tweet. The developer said “I’m getting that rumbling in my belly when things get exciting…”

Source: GameSpot

Take A Deeper Look At Advanced Warfare’s Anticipated Multiplayer

Earlier today, Sledgehammer Games dropped a seven-minute trailer providing a deeper look at Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare’s anticipated multiplayer mode and all of its features.


During the trailer, Sledgehammer Games details all the features you can expect to see in Advanced Warfare’s multiplayer, from maps and modes to exoskeleton movement and the updated customization system.

“Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare Multiplayer is set to deliver one of the most game-changing experiences in franchise history. Take a closer look at some of the new Multiplayer features, including exoskeleton movement, customization, maps, and modes.”  Read more »

Sledgehammer “Worked With A Pentagon Adviser” For Advanced Warfare

For Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare, developer Sledgehammer Games wanted to create a much more authentic experience for players, and in order to do so, they sought out advice from many experts, one being the scenario planner from the Department of Defense.


“Three years ago, right after we finished Modern Warfare 3, we started thinking about how to change Call of Duty,” co-founder Michael Condrey told The Guardian. “We brought in a lot of outside help – military advisers, futurologists – we got together with a scenario planner from the department of defense, who is active in the Pentagon. His job is to think about future threats and prepare ‘what if’ scenarios for the US government. So we asked him, what do you think will be the conflict of tomorrow?”

Basically, the source quickly ruled out China, which he said would “eventually collapse under its own economic weight,” a resurgence of the Cold War with Russia, and a consolidation of Islamic extremist states. Rather, the source claimed that Private Military Corporations (PMCs) would be the next major threat to the security of the United States.

“We thought that was fascinating and provocative,” Condrey said. “What happens when an organisation that’s built for profit has access to all the latest weapons and technology – an organisation that can operate outside of the Geneva Convention, that can be purchased by the highest bidder? What if that got out of control?”

“This was around the time that Greece was collapsing economically, there were riots – and there was an understanding that, the reason PMCs have had such an opportunity to grow, is that funding a standing army is very expensive for a modern nation state. Why not outsource war? It’s better for PR – you don’t have to explain to parents why their kids are dying in battles on foreign soil.”

For more, check out the entire article on The Guardian.

Every Call of Duty Title 50% Off on Steam And Ghosts Multiplayer Free-to-Play Until Sunday

Earlier today, Steam announced their Call of Duty Franchise Sale, featuring 50% off on every title in the franchise from today, August 28 to Monday, September 1.


PC players can head over to Steam and check out the entire page of Call of Duty games and downloadable content on sale. During the sale, Steam is also offering complete franchise bundles and packs for World at War, Modern Warfare, Black Ops, and Zombies.

Each “Franchise Bundle” comes with the specific title and all of its expansion packs. Furthermore, every “Franchise Pack” comes packed with every title in the series as well as all of the DLC. Players can also get the massive Call of Duty Definitive Collection for 50% off, which features every Call of Duty game and every piece of DLC.

Plus, in addition to the sale, Steam is also offering players a chance to play Call of Duty: Ghosts multiplayer for free this weekend. From today, until Sunday, August 31 at 1pm PDT, fans can try out Call of Duty: Ghosts completely free of charge.

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