We’re a little under two months away from the launch of this year’s Call of Duty entry, Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare. And since it feels like no major game can come out and surprise people anymore, let’s delve into the game’s Achievement/Trophy list, because that’s been revealed today.
The list was first unveiled by IGN and of course, there are some mild spoilers regarding the single player campaign. But just like other Call of Duty achievements/trophies, there are several that require you to do ‘x’ amount of things with thing ‘y’ on the ‘z’ level. Does “Kill 20 enemies while linked to the Mobile Cover Drone,” sound like something you’ve done in a previous Call of Duty games or other shooters? Congrats, you’ve now accounted for nearly half of the things on the list.
That said, if you don’t want certain vehicles and gameplay sections spoiled for you, or you think you could guess the plot based on the names of campaign levels, it may be best to avoid looking at it right now.
For those that like to jump in, knowing which achievements appear doable ahead of time, here’s a small snippet:
- Carma – Kill an enemy by throwing a car door at them
- A New Era – Complete the campaign on any difficulty
- Hard Hitter – Complete the campaign on Hardened difficulty
- Excellence in Everything – Complete the campaign on Veteran difficulty
- Never Saw it Coming – Boost jump, dash forward, then air stomp on an enemy
- Escape Artist – Avoid 20 grenades by dodging with your exo
- Loud enough for you? – Kill 10 enemies or drones while affected by a sonic blast
- Maximum Overdrive – Kill 50 enemies while using Overdrive
- Genius – Kill 4 enemies with a single smart grenade
- Threat Detected – Paint 10 enemies with a single threat grenade
- Fly Swatter – Knock 25 Drones out of the sky with EMP grenades
- Where Are You Going? – Stop an AST with an EMP grenade
- History in the Making – Collect over half of the Intel
- Ferrum Absconsum – Collect all the Intel
- Riot Control – Kill 20 enemies while linked to the Mobile Cover Drone
- Advanced Soldier – Spend your first exo upgrade point
- Second Skin – Spend 10 exo upgrade points
- We Have the Technology – Spend 20 exo upgrade points
- Power Changes Everything – Completely upgrade your Exo
- Seoul Mates – Complete “Induction.”
- Not on my Watch – Prevent the walking tank from being destroyed by the Drone Swarm in “Induction.”
- Deadeye – Score “excellent” in the shooting range in “Atlas.”
- Grenadier – Score “excellent” in the grenade range in “Atlas.”
- Welcome to Atlas – Complete “Atlas.”
- Look Both Ways – Kill all the KVA in the traffic section without shooting a civilian vehicle in “Traffic
- Life in the Fast Lane – Complete “Traffic.”
- Fire and Forget – Kill 10 enemies with the Mobile Turret missiles in “Fission.”
- Radioactive – Complete “Fission.”
- Motor City – Complete “Aftermath.”
- Wheelman – Finish the hoverbike sequence without hitting any walls or obstacles or taking damage in “Aftermath”.
- Sitting Ducks – Kill 3 enemies with one shot of the Sniper Drone in “Manhunt.”
- Born to Die – Complete “Manhunt.”
- Betrayal – Complete “Utopia.”
- Party Crasher – Kill 20 enemies with the Grappling Hook in “Sentinel.”
- Crates on a Plane – Complete “Sentinel.”
- The Destroyer Returns – Complete “Crash.”
- Restricted Airspace – EMP 10 enemy aircraft out of the sky with the hovertank in “Bio Lab.”
- Irons in the Fire – Complete “Bio Lab.”
- GG – Complete “Collapse.”
- Man Overboard! – Melee an enemy so they fly off the side of the ship in “Armada.”
- Wrath of Atlas – Complete “Armada.”
- Flying Ace – Shoot down 10 enemies with machine guns in “Throttle.”
- Manticore Unleashed – Complete “Throttle.”
- Heavy-Handed – Go through 20 gun drops in one-armed combat in “Captured.
- The Wheat from the Chaff – Complete “Captured.”
- Exo Survival Veteran – Play 50 Exo Survival Matches
- Exo Survivor – Successfully Complete Exo Survival Bonus Wave (means players have finished all of exo survival. Only attainable in Riot)
- Class Warfare lay 30 minutes with each class
- Exp Flip – Flip a map.
- Flip Flop – Flip a map twice.
Speaking of Advanced Warfare’s campaign, don’t expect this one to be as short as its predecessors and end after 5-6 hours. Sledgehammer Games‘ first shot with the Call of Duty series’ campaign mode will apparently clock in with a longer playtime. Said Glen Schofield, studio head and co-founder of Sledgehammer, in response to a question on Twitter, this particular campaign is “coming in longer than the last few.”
Schofield didn’t elaborate on how the campaign for Advanced Warfare would be longer, though, so there could simply be more chapters or longer sequences that help extend the game. Previous games like Call of Duty: Black Ops II introduced branching paths and multiple choices to give players a reason to replay the single-player again, and it appears that the team at Sledgehammer is also focusing on the single-player a little more. We’ll have to a wait just a while longer to find out how. Maybe rewatch the most recent trailer until then.
Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare releases on November 4, 2014 for Xbox 360, Xbox One, PS3, PS4 and PC.