While a lot of focus is probably being directed towards the game's multiplayer reveal
, the new gameplay video for Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare
that was showcased at the Microsoft conference today brought the focus back to single-player. The video showed footage from the "Collapse" mission of the campaign, in which you are chasing down a van that is headed for the Golden Gate Bridge. Along the way, a lot of what makes Advanced Warfare
unique is shown off, including the exoskeleton's abilities, some of the new guns, and the different types of grenades that you will have access to.
Following along with what seemed to be the popular trend at this conference, a Limited Edition Xbox One Bundle was also announced for Advanced Warfare
The real difference between this custom designed Xbox One console and controller and the others that were announced today, is that the Advanced Warfare
bundle comes with a whopping one terabyte worth of hard drive space. So for those who have been itching for a larger hard drive, perhaps this may be right up your alley. Other than the custom console and controller, the bundle includes:
- Digital download code for Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare
- The standard Xbox One chat headset
- The in-game bonus content of a unique exoskeleton, the Advanced Arsenal which features an EM1 Quantum directed-energy weapon and a bullet brass exoskeleton, and the Digital Personalization Pack
- Access of the Day Zero Edition perks including, early access and double XP on November 3rd, and two custom weapons: the AK-12G Assault Rifle and Crossbow-B2
The bundle is now available for pre-order from sites such as Amazon
, and will run you $499.99. For those who want just the controller, perhaps, it is also available for pre-order
for $64.99.Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare
is set to release on November 4th for the Xbox One and Xbox 360. Although those who invest in a Day Zero Edition of the game, whether through this bundle or not, will get access to the game a day early on November 3rd.