Activision and Sledgehammer Games have put together this new trailer that shows us what exactly goes into not only making a game but how they go about portraying it through a story in Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare.
According to creative director Bret Robbins, they are striving hard to achieve a certain level of realism in the story about future war. This process has been underway for about 3 years now and Sledgehammer has tried its best to make the most interesting and believable story possible. The studio got military veterans from several branches of the special forces involved in their production to share their experiences and help shape the narrative. Robbins believes that these vets “bring a level of authenticity to the story.”
Sledgehammer also has a special team working on how they figure out what the future not only should, but would look like. These people work on world, weapon, and uniform designs to make them as plausible as possible Sledgehammer wants the story to feel real, even though it takes place decades from now.
Recently Microsoft announced that Advanced Warfare DLC will come to Xbox first.
Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare launches November 4 for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, Xbox One, Xbox 360, and PC.