Sledgehammer has been working on Call of Duty Advanced Warfare for three years
The new Call of Duty installment ‘Advanced Warfare’ was pretty exciting for many E3 attendees to learn about this year, and now that the game has been officially announced, the developers are sharing a bit more information about what it took to get to E3 2014.
Behind the scenes away from the prying eyes of fans and press were three years of development, all to create the new world that Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare takes place in. In the trailer below Sledgehammer Games Creative Director Bret Robbins discusses how research and technology come together to elevate the storytelling experience.
The highly-anticipated title is set to release on November 6, 2014 on Xbox One, PS4 and PC. For fans that will want a few extras and DLC goodies when they pre-order, the can checkout participating retailers like: amazon.com