You can already download the new Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare on your Xbox One to be ready once the game launches 12:01am EDT on Monday, Nov. 3.
The new Call of Duty game Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare officially launches on Tuesday, November 4. There is though a special Zero Day release 24 hours earlier. The Zero Day COD: Advanced War Fare edition is going to be released 12:01am EDT, Monday, November 3.
GameStop just informed us that you can pre-download Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare starting today when you purchase or have purchased a Digital Copy of Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare at GameStop. The new COD game will launch simultaneous at 12:01 am EDT on Monday November 3. Downloading the game now will make you ready to play the game once Activision pulls the trigger on the servers.
Also, customers who come out to the midnight launch of Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare Day Zero Edition on the evening of Sunday, November 2 at GameStop will be able to receive their copy of the game (physical or digital on all platforms) immediately at 12:01 a.m. EDT, 11:01 p.m. CDT, 10:01 p.m. MDT and 9:01 p.m. PDT on Monday, November 3. This means if you are in San Francisco you will not have to wait for midnight to arrive. You can already get the Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare at 9pm. Great to be a COD gamer at the West Coast, as you will be still fresh and not tired at 9pm to kick East coast gamers’ butts.
More details on GameStop.
Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare takes players to a future devastated by a global attack. Rising from the chaos is Atlas, a Private Military Corporation led by the cunning Jonathan Irons. With the most powerful military force in the world, Atlas has effectively become a superpower for hire. Playing as Jack Mitchell, suit up in an advanced exoskeleton and join a highly-trained unit committed to restoring order.
The exoskeleton carries over into Multiplayer, where an all-new movement system changes the way players traverse the terrain. Chain together boost actions like jump, dodge, and dash in a fast and fluid style of play. Equip all-new abilities and armaments in the revamped Create-a-Class. Earn additional weapons and gear through in-game Supply Drops, outfitting your operator in the deepest customization experience in franchise history.
And yes, this is Kevin Spacey that you have seen in the COD trailer. He is the villain in the new Call of Duty game playing an private military company lead Jonathan Irons, who tries to take control of the world after terrorist attacks.