Free Loot For Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare PC Players

Sledgehammer offering a new Exo Suit for PC players to make up for the recent DLC delay.

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Sledgehammer Games has announced yet another way it is hoping to make it up to fans who might be upset about Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare's first DLC being delayed on PC.

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As announced on Sledgehammer's website, the developer is giving away the KVA Paramilitary Exo suit for all PC players "as a small token of our appreciation." The loot, which Sledgehammer says is "rare," will be delivered to players via the next Supply Drop they open.

In addition to the free Exo, Sledgehammer is offering doubleXP to PC players effective immediately for the game's multiplayer mode.

Advanced Warfare's first expansion, Havoc, was supposed to launch February 26 for PC. However, due to an "unexpected issue," Sledgehammer pushed back the release date to March 3. The doubleXP event is good until that date.

For everything you need to know about Havoc, which is the first of four planned expansions for Advanced Warfare and is available now on Xbox and PlayStation platforms, see below.

Havoc contains:

  • Four new multiplayer maps: Core, Urban, Sideshow, Drift.
  • Exo Zombies mode: This co-op mode sees player taking on the role of four Atlas Corporation employees played by celebrities John Malkovich, Bill Paxton, Rose McGowan, and John Bernthal as they fight against a "new breed" of zombies.
  • New weapons: the AE4 directed energy assault rifle and custom variant, the AE4 Widowmaker.

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