Watch Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare's Launch Trailer
"What you're seeing here is advance warfare," as Kevin Spacey says.
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"What you're seeing here is advance warfare," actor Kevin Spacey's character Jonathan Irons tells the camera as a drone zooms by in this latest trailer for Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare. Indeed it is.
The game is still more than two weeks away from release, but this new "Gameplay Launch Trailer" gives us a good look at the single player campaign, with a few glimpses at some of the explosive set pieces the series is known for.
In the game, players step into an advanced exoskeleton as Jack Mitchell, a soldier in a special unit working for Atlas, the Private Military Corporation led Spacey's character, Jonathan Irons.
It's the first Call of Duty game developed on Activision's new, three-year cycle for the juggernaut franchise. In announcing the new schedule earlier this year, Activision Publishing CEO Eric Hirshberg said this move will allow developers to have extra time to not only create new features to help push the brand forward, but also so they can spend more time polishing each game.
Advanced Warfare launches November 4 for Xbox 360, Xbox One, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, and PC. Preorders for the game, however, unlock on November 3 through the Day Zero Edition. For more, check out GameSpot's previous coverage.
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