Looking at the newest Call of Duty game, and the interviews with the developers prior to launch, I noticed something that brought up some questions. This is the first game where the developers bring up older games in the series (Black Ops 2 in this case) and have elements in previous games (Black Ops 2 pick 10 system). On top of that, Advanced Warfare is including a zombie mode in future DLC, which has been a Treyarch only game mode (hence Modern Warfare 3 survival, and Ghost’s extinction). Looking at all of these things, the only thing going through my mind is that Advanced Warfare’s exo-skeleton might appear in the next game. Due to the failed attempt of Ghosts, Activision has been trying to get back on the community’s good side, and with the supportive feedback that Advanced Warfare received, the exo suit would be the best way. Having borrowed many of Treyarch’s ideas and successes, there can only be some sort of deal among the two companies, if not all three that work on Call of Duty entirely.
The thing that makes Advanced warfare so unique is the exo itself, changing up the gameplay almost entirely from the same old Call of Duty that we are used to. If this mechanic becomes a common thing in future Call of Duty games, it is only a matter of time until that too will become too tiresome for players to handle.Whether Treyarch is in fact using the exo-skeleton mechanic or not, they are going to have to watch their step as the pressure to move past the success of Advanced Warfare will be a hard to do.
Do you think that next game will have exo-skeletons? Will Treyarch be able to beat Advanced Warfare’s success? Let us know in the comments below!
i have wondered this from day one. black ops can kind of get away with it because they did the future too but the one after that i am not sure
Next Call Of Duty is World at War 2 by the way.
They said they would like to see another WW2 cod, but nothing is official yet (lets hope its is though!)