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Call Of Duty: Advanced Warfare interview and preview – the science of COD - Metro.co.uk
Because we’re going to the future, and because we need it to be relatable Call Of Duty, if it’s in the game it has to be based off of technology we know is in development today. It can be on the battlefield tomorrow.
The futuristic setting is Sledgehammer’s answer to the problem; the accompanying scope for new technologies in the game brings with it more than just a fresh setting – it changes the way in which participants play the game
We had one goal: How can we elevate performances and narratives so that you feel for our characters like you do in Breaking Bad. So we went for one of the best living actors today.
Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare gameplay demoed at E3 - slashgear.com
This year's E3 began with the Xbox One showing of Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare in an impressive display of machine-heavy action and futuristic fighting.
The E3 2014: 'Call of Duty' goes more high-tech - USAToday.com
Central to the revamped experience is an exoskeleton that give players more strength, speed and greater jumping ability.
Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare Brings the Fight to 2054 - GameInformer.com
The year is 2054, and the world has suffered an attack on its militaries around the world. Jonathan Irons (Kevin Spacey) is the founder and president of the world’s largest private military corporation, Atlas Corporation, and you are one if its advanced soldiers.
New 'Call of Duty" boasts game changer tech" - USAToday.com
"Sledgehammer approached actor Kevin Spacey to portray Atlas CEO Jonathan Irons before "the House of Cards zeitgeist took off," Condrey says. "For him, it was a really an opportunity to explore a new medium and to reach new fans."
The Inside Scoop On Kevin Spacey's Role In Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare" - GameInformer.com
"“Activision has been a huge supporter of delivering on the greatest narrative we could,” Condrey says."