Multiplayer reveal coming August 11.
Call of Duty is getting an all new game this year. That’s honestly not such a big surprise. What is a big surprise is how great this game looks, especially given how mediocre and middling last year’s installment, Ghosts, was. But Activision is clearly hoping that Advanced Warfare will be to this generation what Modern Warfare was to the last; and they’re incentivizing the purchase of the game heavily with not one, but two limited editions, plus a Digital Pro Edition.
The two limited editions are the Atlas Limited Edition and the Atlas Pro Edition, which will cost $80 and $120 respectively. Each version, including the downloadable Digital Pro Edition, will come equipped with the Atlas Digital Content Pack, which features two new weapons — the Bal-27 AE Assault Rifle and Atlas 45 AE Pistol — as well as a unique Atlas exoskeleton, helmet, player card, and five bonus supply drops that unlock new in-game gear. Players will also be able to upgrade their exoskeleton in the campaign early with new powers and abilities via an extra upgrade token.
In addition, the limited editions will also see Pipeline, a classic map from 2007’s Modern Warfare, reimagined. The Atlas Limited Edition and Atlas Pro Edition will come with a unique steelbook case, the game’s official soundtrack, and the Atlas: Advanced Soldier manual — a collection of original concept art and historical and tactical information, and all Limited Editions will come with the DLC Season Pass.
Incidentally, the multiplayer mode of the game will also be revealed on August 11, so stay tuned to GamingBolt for more coverage.