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Advanced Warfare's exoskeleton to redefine how you play Call of Duty

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Maybe it will, maybe it won't

Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare's tagline is "power changes everything," and Sledgehammer's doing its best to explain what that means. There are lots of futuristic enhancements being made, but it's not likely that any are more important than the exoskeleton. Simply put, the exoskeleton will provide most of that everything changing power, as it allows the player to run faster, jump further, and rip car doors off more gracefully. Don't you just hate when you look clumsy while ripping doors off their hinges?


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