Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare Campaign Story Trailer Shows a World in Chaos; Three Collector's Editions Announced
With release roughly three months away, Activision published the official Campaign Story Trailer for Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare yesterday, showing a world in chaos and a corrupt military corporation called Atlas taking advantage of the situation and abusing its power. At the helm of that corporation is none other than Academy Award winner Kevin Spacey.
Alongside the trailer release, Activision has announced three collector's editions for the game: Atlas Pro Edition, Atlas Limited Edition, and Atlas Digital Pro Edition. All three versions include the Atlas Gorge bonus multiplayer map and Atlas Digital Content Pack, which includes the following Atlas Corporation-themed content: two weapons (Bal-27 AE Assault Rifle and Atlas 45 AE Pistol), Atlas Exoskeleton, Atlas Helmet, Atlas Player Card, five bonus Supply Drops, and a single player Exoskeleton Upgrade Token. The Atlas Pro Edition and Atlas Limited Edition also come with: a Welcome to Atlas: Advanced Soldier Manual, which includes concept artwork alongside historical and tactical information; a Collectible SteelBook "featuring premium in-game artwork"; and a digital copy of the Official Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare Soundtrack. What separates the two editions is that the Atlas Pro Edition includes the CoD:AW Season Pass, which will include four action-packed DLC Map Packs. The Atlas Digital Pro Edition also includes the Season Pass, alongside the aforementioned digital content.
The Atlas Limited Edition has a suggested retail price (SRP) of $79.99, the Atlas Digital Pro Edition has an SRP of $99.99, and the Atlas Pro Edition has an SRP of $119.99. For comparison, the Standard Edition has an SRP of $59.99. The Standard Edition, Atlas Limited Edition, and Atlas Pro Edition are currently available for pre-order, while the Atlas Digital Pro Edition will be available for pre-order at an undisclosed later date.
Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare is launching on November 4 for Windows PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One, with those versions being developed by Sledgehammer Games. PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 versions are being developed by High Moon Studios, but it is still unclear if those will be arriving on that same day. Activision has announced that there will be a worldwide reveal of Advanced Warfare's multiplayer on August 11.
Source: Press Release