Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare - Behind the Scenes "Story" Trailer
Sledgehammer Games Creative Director Bret Robbins discusses how research and technology come together to elevate the storytelling experience.
Focusing on the storyline is awesome news for me, i personally enjoy the CoD games for their action packed and interesting Campaigns the MP side is cool and i do enjoy it but its not what i buy the game for, we havent had a decent CoD Campaign since the first Black Ops, Ghosts was better than BO2 but still lacked.
So while im not completely sold on this rendition of CoD it is starting out well with their focus on story, i will want to see more before i buy another CoD game thats not made my Treyarch.
I do like the look of this one. Science fiction no matter how close to real life it is is always a good thing to me.
COD has never been a "bad" franchise. COD4 MW was awesome. It changed console FPS forever. MW2 was great as well. It took most of MW1 and made it better.
Since then it hasn't changed that much but it is still the same game as MW2 and so still pretty great. The problem is most people are bored to death of it at this stage.
I've not bought a COD since MW3 for this reason. I think I've had enough of a rest to give them one a try.
I'd love to see call of duty make a return to form (COD - COD4) but after all the shite they've churned out post WAW, i don't expect much. I just wanna see a great campaign that last more than a few hours since i don't care for the multiplayer with it's godawful community.
@Dannystaples14 Some would argue that change was not all positive though. I think it's fair to at least say that CoD's success has had a negative effect on variety in shooters.