Hre’s a new Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare video, part of the GamesTop branded “Advanced Training” series, that gives an overview of how scorestreaks will work in Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare.
According to Sledgehammer Games Co-Founder Michael Condrey, who narrates the video, scorestreaks are fully integrated into the game’s “Pick 13” system. You can take between four and zero scorestreaks, depending on how you want to spend your points.
Even after you’ve picked your scorestreaks, you can customize these with “modules” for more points. Some of the modules add more power or different effects, some even allow you to choose a different mode of the scorestreak depending on whether you need offensive or defensive support at that moment.
Perhaps the most impressive scorestreak shown in the video is the Goliath mech. It certainly looks like a game changer, even if it won’t do anything to limit those claims that Advanced Warfare takes a lot of, ahem, inspiration, from Titanfall.
Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare will be out Nov. 4 for Xbox One, Xbox 360, PS3, PS4 and Windows.