Sadly, still no word on dedicated servers.
Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare is now available worldwide for all major platforms (except for the Wii U, of course) and has been garnering some fairly positive praise. Of course, there’s been some major criticism of the game’s multiplayer, a core component of the experience, and how there are seemingly no dedicated servers at launch.
Be that as it may, Sledgehammer Games co-founder Michael Condrey revealed a list of upcoming improvements to the experience on Reddit . These include a score limit for Kill Confirmed; camo challenge tuning, presumably to make things easier for players; speed reload timing; 2XP messaging; fixing a score mismatch whenever a player exits the public lobby to ensure it doesn’t affect one’s combat record; improvements to team colours in COD Vision; and MP chat icon size and placement.
There’s no priority order for these improvements though so it’s likely that some start appearing before others. Condrey also said that the team continues to seek feedback from players, though as of now the biggest demand seems to be for dedicated servers. What are your thoughts on Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare right now? Let us know in the comments.