Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare, this year’s entry to the CoD franchise is not out yet, but developer Sledgehammer Games are trying to get players to pre-order the game by offering several tempting bundles.
The two editions offered by Activision and Sledgehammer are Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare Advanced Arsenal, which includes the Bullet-Brass exoskeleton and the Bullet-Brass EM1 Quantum. If you want more than these cosmetic items, you can get the Day Zero Edition, which gets you access to the game starting November 3, which is one day before the release. Additionally, this edition comes with two bonus weapons: the AK-12G Assault Rifle and the Crossbow-B2, and with double XP on the exclusive day.
In addition to these pre-order editions, Sledgehammer also revealed the Atlas Pro Edition, which includes a steelbook case, the season pass, the game’s soundtrack and several in-game items. Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare Atlas Pro Edition costs $120. Xbox fans who want to upgrade to the next-gen console can buy an Xbox One, themed after Activision’s popular franchise for as much as $500. Last, but not least, as we have informed you before, Advanced Warfare can be purchased across consoles until March 31st. The cross-buy process involves you buying a last-gen digital version and then receiving the PlayStation 4 or Xbox One version for free.
Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare is a first person shooter game developed by Sledgehammer Games and published by Activision. The game is part of the popular Call of Duty franchise, and will be available worldwide on PC, PlayStation 3, PlayStaton 4, Xbox 360 and Xbox One starting November 4, 2014. Considering that this is the first game in the series that benefited of three years’ worth of development time, fans can and should expect a higher quality product than the previous Call of Duty titles. We’ll let you know if the game lives up to the expectations once it is released.