Notably, the deliciously Titanfall-like exoskeletons in the Advanced Warfare extend "across all modes," which means they'll be in the multiplayer, adding verticality and maneuverability. Hoverbikes and drones are also confirmed. And all of Advanced Warfare's inevitable add-on DLC is coming to the Xbox One first.
Oh, and Kevin Spacey's PMC mastermind antagonist? His name is Jonathan Irons. Jonathan Irons. Jesus water boarding Christ. I hope the protagonist is named, like, Christian Steel. Hoorah strong names.
Also, the PS4 and Xbox One boxes appear to use different Instagram filters. Otherwise, they do well to lack any sort of interesting visual design whatsoever. Even the exoskeleton doesn't seem evident enough.
Here are some things muscle memory is having me type rather than "Advanced Warfare": Advanced Warfighter, Advanced Warface, Advance Wars. Last one is wishful thinking.
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