The new launch in the long running series, Call of Duty Advanced Warfare, is set in the feature.
The game has a whole lot of good things to talk about, including the introduction of the exo-skeletons, Kevin Spacey as the antagonist and a storyline that has been in development for more than three years. Players have a wide range of options, because you have the game getting launched on the Playstation 4 and 3, Xbox 360, Xbox One and PC. Pre-ordering the game on each platform will help you get specific set of bonuses and there will some early access options as well.
Advanced Arsenal is one of the pre-order available on all platforms. When you buy the pack, you will gain access to two different cosmetic items, namely the Bullet Brass Exo skeleton camo and the EM1 Quantum camo to make you look unique in the battlefield.
Day Zero Edition
For those who pre-ordering the Day Zero Edition, you will be able to play Call of Duty Advanced Warfare, 24 hours prior tothe entire world. Instead of waiting for Nov 4, you will be able to play it a day earlier, that is Nov 3. You will also be able to get two new bonus weapons namely the AK-12G Assault Rifle as well an all-new Crossbow B2. An added advantage that all players who buy the Day Zero Edition get is that everyone who plays all multiplayer matches on the launch date will be given double XP. It will help you level up real quick and if you spend an entire day, you are going to be on the higher levels than other players when they enter the game.
There are some exclusive pre-order bonuses for select stores as well for those of you who live in the United States. People who purchase the game from Best Buy will receive $10 as store credits. For people living in Australia and UK, GameStop is going to offer two different packs, namely the Ghosts and the Black Ops II, special personalization packs. It includes an all new weapon camo, player card, reticule, patch and backgrounds from the previous games. You will be able to use it to adorn your Playstation and Xbox consoles using these skins. Players who pre-order should make sure that they redeem their codes before the earlier launch date.
Gamers who are ardent fans of Call of Duty Advanced Warfare have a choice as well. It falls on the pricey side, because the Atlas Pro Edition is priced at $120 which includes a protective steelbook case, sound track, season pass and more. There’s also the Advanced Warfare inspired Xbox One priced at $500 which comes with 1 TB of storage.
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