COD: Advanced Warfare multiplayer changes

The Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare multiplayer details were left out of any reveal so far, and while more information is releasing it’s obvious that the best will be saved for last, considering COD: Advanced Warfare multiplayer will be the deal-breaker.

We welcome the fact that Sledgehammer’s new shooter will showcase on a new game engine and add to that the extra time taken with developing for PS4 and Xbox One, then this could see the best Call of Duty game to date, as long as you like the future FPS type game. The trailer revealed a catastrophic event taking place, and as such we saw a glimpse of the story many months before a release date.

What’s known so far about the next Call of Duty – Advanced Warfare will need to make some core changes to multiplayer, and while the biggest fans won’t want another Battlefield, some gamers would like to at least see the option of bigger online maps rather than just a smaller offering. The theme will change, but the game still needs to keep to the Call of Duty roots it’s known for without drifting too far away from what gamers love about this franchise.

We have managed to learn a few things from the details released so far, and these include the fact that COD: Advanced Warfare will release on PC, PS4, and Xbox One with a different studio working on PS3 and Xbox 360 versions. There will be a new game engine, although the name and finer details will be revealed at a later date.


The terrorist organization featured within the trailer is called “KVA”, and they will cause devastation in some of the worlds biggest cities in many countries. The game is set 40 years into the future, so you can expect a massive upgrade to weapons in COD: Advanced Warfare. There’s only one single player protagonist called Private Mitchell, a Marine, but Mitchell later leaves the Marines to join the Atlas Corporation that’s run by Jonathan Irons, Kevin Spacey, and you’ll be upgraded with an “EXO” suit for your new job.

If you haven’t seen the trailer, then watch it below our earlier article. This video reveals a lot of the games developments, although some of the finer details will leak during the coming months.

We know you’ll get energy-based weapons, variable grenades, and augmented reality within your visor for game details while on the move. The EXO suit gives you many enhanced abilities that include super-jumps, take cover faster with boost-dodge, magnetic gloves to climb walls, a hover ability, and cloaking. Everything you’d expect 40 years in the future.

What do you want in terms of COD: Advanced Warfare multiplayer, and how much should it change?

The most desired changes for Advanced Warfare multiplayer will likely be related spawn killing, matchmaking, and of course certain elements within the killstreak system. Personally, we loved the changes made with the launch of COD: Ghosts, but still found a lot of problems with spawn killing in multiplayer.

Imagine bikes like this in Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare multiplayer.
Imagine bikes like this in Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare multiplayer.

Call of Duty games are all about their online play, so the COD: Advanced Warfare multiplayer will be a deal-breaker for a lot of people. While we are yet to get official details on this part of the game, current teases only open the gamer up to what could be possible in multiplayer after seeing some of the abilities and weapons featured in the trailer? How would you like some of the things seen in the trailer applied to online play? Would you like to see the return of vehicles in multiplayer?

Earlier today, we also looked at what alternative to zombies could be added thanks to this area of Call of Duty games became popular since Black Ops. One idea is to swap Zombies for Cyborgs, so have a read and let us know what you’d like to see for the survival mode in COD: Advanced Warfare. You can also count on a co-op mode featuring in the game.

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Written by Daniel Chubb

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