Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare's future tech and exoskeleton will 'redefine' how you play the game
Every year a new Call of Duty game gets announced there's grumbling from gamers fed up with the annualization of the franchise. "It's the same game every year," people say. While that may have been true with past iterations, Sledgehammer Games is truly looking to redefine your Call of Duty experience. And they are doing so with two key features: future tech and exoskeleton, both of which are detailed in a new dev diary.
Today's video features Sledghammer Games co-founders Glen Schofield and Michael Condrey as they discuss how future tech and the exoskeleton will bring all sorts of new and exciting gameplay mechanics to the Call of Duty. What's really cool about Advanced Warfare's nifty, new gadgets is that they are actually all based on technology that currently exists today.