A new multiplayer mode for “Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare” was revealed. First seen in “Call of Duty 3: World at War”, the “momentum” game mode will make a return in the next CoD instalment.
Momentum is a game mode that requires players to get capture points, which are placed in a straight line. It’s basically a similar feature to the “War” mode from CoD 3. With each point, you are getting closer to the enemy base. The more enemies you kill, the faster you get to the next flag. This is just one of the many features teased for the next Call of Duty. One of these is the “Exo” suit, which allows players to move faster than in any previous Call of Duty game. It also allows players to dash to the side, leap high into the air, slide along the ground and change direction mid-jump. The Exo suit is included in every loadout, so it represents a big part of the game. In Advanced Warfare, the Exo suit can give players a fighting chance in situations in which otherwise it would be impossible to win. Another feature present in the next CoD is the fact that you now have 13 slots in which you can store weapons, attachments, perks and exo abilities. Another feature that this game has is the possibility to choose to play as female soldiers in the multiplayer mode.
Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare is an upcoming first person shooter, developed by Sledgehammer Games and published by Activision. It will be released on November 4 this year on PC, Playstation 3, Playstation 4, Xbox 360 and Xbox One. This is the first game in the series to be set in the future, in the year 2054. This is also the first game that’s not going to be released on a Nintendo console since Modern Warfare 2.