What new features can you expect from Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare?

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There have been several Call of Duty titles and spinoffs released over the past few years, so it can be confusing to buyers who aren't so familiar with the franchise (and even those who are) when it comes to figuring out what the differences are between this game and the last. Prima Games has compiled a piece aiming to help you do just that, running down what's changed and what you can expect. Before you commit to buying, check it out!

What's New in Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare?

Call of Duty is one of the longest-running first person shooting franchises on the market. With the release of Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare, the series will hit its 11th primary installment, featuring a number of changes that alter the more traditional gameplay. That said, here are the most notable additions Call of Duty fans can expect.

Most Call of Duty games were developed on a two-year cycle. With two main companies working on the series, it was easy to have each studio release a new game every other year. When the new Call of Duty developer, Sledgehammer Games, was introduced into the mix, it marked the first time a Call of Duty title would have a three-year development span. This should result in a more polished game that has more of the features Call of Duty fans want to see in future installments.

Sledgehammer Games is best known for the original Dead Space. While Dead Space is a third-person shooter instead of a first-person title like the Call of Duty games, the company was asked to help with the development of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 after half of Infinity Ward's staff left with co-founders Jason West and Vince Zampella. That exodus gave Sledgehammer nearly two years of first-person shooter experience. Following the release of Modern Warfare 3, Sledgehammer began work on Advanced Warfare.


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