This week’s Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare multiplayer reveal introduced players to Sledgehammer Games’ vision for the popular online experience. It included exoskeletons, loads of cool tech, and even more explosions. At the same time, the reveal brought up a lot of questions. As with any Call of Duty release, this is just the beginning for Advanced Warfare‘s multiplayer tour.
At the same time, this is also a major turning point for the franchise, as it tries to bounce back from slower sales and makes the leap into current-gen. It behooves Sledgehammer to get this one right, and in certain circumstances it already sounds like they are on the right track. But even so, we have concerns.