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Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare Live Action Trailer is Released

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Call Of Duty: Advanced Warfare Trailer released

May 3 2014, 7:00am CDT | by , in News | Gaming

Call Of Duty: Advanced Warfare Trailer released
 
 

The trailer features the Hollywood veteran Kevin Spacey

Call of Duty has certainly been a name known well in the gaming world for the past couple of years. Though it has been quite popular among gamers and has been one the strongest gaming titles of all times yet there are some users who have shown their disappointment in the fact that the games just appear as a re-hash of the original title and nothing much changes. However the sales figure has suggested that this first shooter gaming sensation is still a hit.

The 2014 installment is on its way now and the first trailer has been released tagged as the Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare. To make it even more attractive, the trailer features the Hollywood veteran Kevin Spacey. Each year, with new installments flowing in, the title manages to make record breaking sales. Each year, Call of Duty manages to break its own sales record. But unfortunately last year, this was not the case. This was because of Rockstar’s Grand Theft Auto 5, which surpassed anything the video gaming industry has ever seen.

But these big titles are not strong enough to break down the Call of Duty which still remains a favorite of many gaming enthusiasts. There is still a lot of room for the title to remain at the spot where it is. This trailer, which although seems to be very cinematic, features an animated Spacey which undoubtedly will pull together and bring the game up once again. The trailer was officially supposed to be launched on Saturday for the general public but it came through from a leak and then Activision decided to throw it out on the official Call of Duty YouTube channel.

 

source: redmondpie

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