Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare Will Have Split Screen


Posted By | On 16th, Aug. 2014 Under News | Follow This Author @Pramath1605

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As gaming moves more and more towards online multiplayer and persistent connectivity, one of the joys of classic multiplayer gaming- splitscreen- is increasingly becoming an endangered species. However, there have been a few games, developers, and franchises that have resolutely stuck to providing a top line classic same room multplayer modes- Nintendo is one of them, but another one has been Call of Duty, which always provides excellent split screen multiplayer gaming.

That will not change with Advanced Warfare. Even though we have now moved on to the Xbox One and the PlayStation 4, Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare will still support split screen gaming, Sledgehammer games co-founder Michael Condrey confirmed on his Twitter account today.

So that is awesome, and good going on Activision for constantly ensuring this mode in all of their Call of Duty releases.

Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare launches on PC, Xbox One, Xbox 360, PS3, and PS4 in November. Stay tuned.

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  • Geoffrey Ledger

    The SPLIT-SCREEN mode BETTER BE ON PC! They keep removing it IDIOTS!

    • Supermann1

      How exactly does one play split screen on PC?

    • Don Karam

      By connecting a TV and joypad controllers to the PC.

    • Supermann1

      Sounds like a lot of trouble when you just can get a PS4.

    • Don Karam

      It is actually some trouble but unnecessarily, meaning it is a problem that could be resolved soon with a software update for official controller compatibility.

      But the benefit of PC is that in 4 player split screen multiplayer, each player can potentially get 1920 x 1080 resolution if using a 4k TV because the best PCs could probably supply that many pixels. That would probably be quite expensive, but I don’t understand why they don’t just leave in that option for the few who can and want to use it. Why go through all the effort to remove a feature that is already there?

    • Supermann1

      I can see that it would’ve been a nice feature to have on the PC-version too. But not many computers can play video games in 4K without significant grapichs-reduction.

    • Don Karam

      What about in the future? People don’t play old games? Everyone stops playing the earlier CODs when the new COD is released?

  • Geoffrey Ledger

    Stop Removing Split-Screen Multiplayer on PC > < Like the Page


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