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CoD: Advanced Warfare Havoc DLC Will Arrive On PS4 and PC On February 26 Confirms Sledgehammer Games

CoD: Advanced Warfare Havoc DLC Will Arrive On PS4 and PC On February 26 Confirms Sledgehammer Games

CoD: Advanced Warfare Havoc DLC Will Arrive On PS4 and PC On February 26 Confirms Sledgehammer Games
October 04
08:18 2015


CoD: Advanced Warfare Havoc DLC Will Arrive On PS4 and PC On February 26 Confirms Sledgehammer Games

Sledgehammer Games has announced the release date of Havoc DLC for Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare for PC, PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4. It will be available to those platforms on February 26. The DLC is already available on Xbox One and Xbox 360, and has received positive response from critics and gaming community.

Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare

Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare Havoc DLC features four new multiplayer maps: “Core, Urban, SideShow, Drift”, new weapons with the AE4 and its variant the Widowmaker and new Exo Zombies mode, which mash-up the deadly zombies with the new Exo Suit mechanics. You can check out the trailer of Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare Havoc DLC for more details.

Also watch gameplay from the new Exo Zombies mode, starring John Malkovich, Bill Paxton, Rose McGowan, and Jon Bernthal. Exo Zombies is included with Havoc, the first DLC pack for Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare. Are you guys ready for the mayhem and chaos?

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  1. 
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    whizafriz October 05, 08:18

    I&1quo;ve been so tired of people demanding more and more from video games as an entertainment medium: more ethics, more equality, more choices, better storytelling, etc etc. Let&1quo;s not get ahead of ou1elves and lump video games into the humanities and liberal arts like they&1quo;re supposed to be graded on the highest of scales.nSince people are mentioning Bioshock Infinite, I&1quo;ll mention as well. Infinite has shooting as it&1quo;s game mechanic Probably because a majority of the target audience Likes shooting, no matter how many game1 and critics think Irrational can “do better” and “tell the story without the needless violence.” It&1quo;s a business decision. People like shooting games. People liked shooting in Bioshock 1. How would people react if there was no violence in a sequel to Bioshock, or, perhaps even slightly Less violence? It would look tame. It would lose out on the gritty, nature of the series.nI know I&1quo;m generalizing (big time) but hey, that&1quo;s unfortunately what the business of making games is, and it works, usually very successfully. We shouldnt be expecting Irrational to change their games. We should be expecting some other studio to make their own solution to the problem of “needless violence” in a captivating fi1t pe1on adventure.

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