High-tech warriors in exosuits advance on the ground, blowing the crap out of almost everything in the new game.
Up in the air, helicopters that look like they were culled from the movie “Avatar” rain destruction. Against that background, Spacy’s character gives the lay of the land, or is that the play of the game?
San Francisco-based studio Sledgehammer, which also crafted “Modern Warfare 3,” is providing the technical skills to make the game more realistic than ever.
Spacey, who also starred in the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 2 game based on the movie “Superman Returns,” is featured as the head of a private military contractor. He decides his Machiavellian approach to government is preferable to the nation’s quibbling democracy.
Fighters are shielded by armor and power suits that let them leap distances and scale buildings. Drones also wage war.
“Call of Duty” remains one of the most popular video games ever. It’s sold more than 100 million copies since 2003, according to game-maker Activision. More than 40 million players are active.
The game will debut in November, just in time for the holiday shopping season.
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