Good news for all the gamer enthusiasts, the Call of Duty is here and it has a new game for you. Last year’s Call of Duty: Ghosts debut wasn’t so spectaculars, and the previous instalments, Modern Warfare 3 and Black Ops 2, showed a little danger of stagnation. Call of Duty has many fans, and a very high number of them claimed that they are afraid of such kind of stagnation.
Advanced Warfare isn’t changed entirely and every gamer can talk about its migraine-inducing bombast, its linearity, its follow the objective marker approach and its woefully thin plot lines. This can be anybody’s opinion, but if you liked Call of Duty 2 and 3 or you adored Modern Warfare, you will most likely love Advance Warfare and you will be dragged along from one big action sequence to the next.
Advanced Warfare is very spectacular and also very violent. You can choose what weapon you want or where do you barge in and even choose if you want to use emp of flash. The campaign missions are very well conceived, each one of them are familiar with Call of Duty set-ups; the big assault, the infiltration mission, the recon mission, the VIP rescue and the defense against a completely unexpected surprise attack. While you are playing this mission you can have a lot of fun but you can also try out new strategies on old situations. So, Advance Warfare gives you more space to try different strategies, using the grappling hook and exosuit to move faster around large urban battlefields, using shock tactics and mobility to destroy the enemy.
The best way to play this game is with your speakers turn on or with some professional headphones because the game has a brilliant sound. The explosion effects and gunshots from this big-name shooter are very real and makes you feel that you are on the battlefield fighting to survive. It’s possible for Advance Warfare to be the best that Call of Duty has been in years, a successful game with commercial tension and impressive creativity. It is worth to mention that Kevin Spacey plays as Jonathan Irons, a powerful man who heads a large private military corporation.