Video game developer Sledgehammer Games brings the next edition of the popular Call of Duty with its Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare on May 19 for Xbox One, and will come to the PC and PS4 soon afterwards.
According to Gamewatcher.com, the Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare predicts the powerful battlegrounds of the future, where both technology and tactics have taken steps to usher in a new era of combat for the franchise. The new installation offers an array of new weapons, including the elite Royalty Weapon variants.
The report added that Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare features five new non-akimbo variants of the SAC3 SMG. These weapons allow the player to be more precise with their aim.
Amongst the weapons that are included in the royalty versions are the AK-12, the Tac-19, the Ameli; S-12, the ASM1, the Pyataek; the MORS, KF5, the HBRa3; and the M1 Irons.
The Royal Weapons are similar to the skin designs of the Grand Master armour set and will allow players to bolster their stats. These guns will be similar to the elite versions of current weapon variants, the report added. The different weapons variants can be access through Supply Drops and Advanced Supply Drops.
In a separate report, Christiantoday.com said that Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare will see the M1 Irons gun included in the royalty version. "The M1 Irons, a pistol made available for Xbox One and Xbox 360 players, has good mobility and range. Additionally, it adds +10 to loot variants," the report said.
Watch Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare official trailer.
Titanfall 2 Xbox One, PS4, PC 2016 Release Possible
Titanfall is an advanced combat game that gives players the freedom to fight their way as both elite assault Pilot and fast, heavily armored Titan. The experience combines fast-paced multiplayer action with the dramatically charged moments of a cinematic universe.
In a recent investor conference call via VG247, Electronic Arts (EA) chief financial officer Blacke Jorgensen has confirmed that the release of Titanfall 2 will be pushed between April 2016 and March 2017 during the company's 2017 fiscal year, reported PC Gamer.
Jorgensen said that EA is focused in developing its other titles, particularly the upcoming release of Star Wars: Battlefront.
Fans of Titanfall expect the sequel, Titanfall 2, to be released to multiple platforms, Xbox One, PS4 and PC. EA said that the gaming community can also watch out for their major game releases in the coming months, including Mirror's Edge 2, Disney Infinity 3.0, Need for Speed: No Limits, Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare 2 and the company's first VR Headset debut, according to VC Post.
You can view the official Titanfall 2 trailer here.