Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare, the latest upcoming installment of the Call of Duty series, will feature an array of new and futuristic things, including hover bikes, Exo suits, and a 3-D printer rifle.

The first-person shooter by Sledgehammer Games will be set in the year 2054 and will let players really experience all the cool technology that might be found in the future. One of the more interesting pieces of technology will be the 3-D printer rifle.

In 2014, people are able to use 3-D printers to make all sorts of things right at home, guns included. However, in Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare, the printed gun will be much more high-tech and high-powered than today’s real-life models. The gun will be able to actually print its own bullets using a canister of liquid that will be attached to the rifle.

The upcoming Call of Duty game will also feature a hover bike. The fast, versatile vehicle was modeled after real motorcycles and snowmobiles, and will move just as fast. The bikes will also have heavily armored panels that can deflect bullets, meaning that enemies will have a tough time bringing a player down from a bike.

Players will also get armor in the form of the Exo suit. Similar to the suits that characters wore in the Crysis games, these futuristic suits enable players to move faster, jump higher, and be physically stronger. Certain versions of the Exo suit will also be able to protect players from enemy bullets.

On a side note, Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare will be featuring a special guest actor. House of Cards actor Kevin Spacey will be playing a character in the game. The character will feature Spacey’s voice, as well as his physical features. In fact, the video game character looks almost exactly like the real Kevin Spacey, so much so that it’s actually a little unnerving.

Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare is the eleventh game in the Call of Duty series. It will be released on Playstation 3, Playstation 4, Xbox 360, Xbox One, PC, and possibly the Wii U. The release date for the game is November 4th, 2014.


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