E3 2014 is a wrap and we had such an amazing time showing off a small glimpse of Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare. We loved hearing your excitement grow from the opening moments of the Xbox Media Briefing and introducing the world of advanced soldiers and exoskeletons through the single player mission ‘Induction,’ to the interviews and fan interactions with our studio co-founders, Glen Schofield and Michael Condrey. Our team has been hard at work on Advanced Warfare and we can’t say thanks enough for the encouragement and support.
Many of our Hammers from the studio made it down to E3 and were able to watch the Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare experience in the Activision booth on the show floor. It was incredible to see the story of Jonathan Irons and the rise of the Private Military Corporations unfold with an amazing almost 180 degree viewing screen and the very best audio. Just when we thought our senses couldn’t be more immersed, the door on screen opens, and a rush of wind is felt across the face and the ground shakes on queue with the screen. It was truly an amazing and we thank Activision so much for helping to bring this story to life. We really look forward to having you play Advanced Warfare this November. Please enjoy some photos from our team’s E3 journey.
We need a screen like this installed in the studios.
Two of our Exoskeleton clad soldiers sit in and watch the Advanced Warfare presentation.
Part of the outside wall of the Activision booth.
Our Hammers representing the team at the Activision booth.
Hank Baskett visits the booth for a sneak peak at Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare.
Glen and Michael give away a Sledgehammer Games t-shirt to a lucky fan.
One of the Uber APCs that was made especially for our E3 show.
To all of the Call of Duty developers across the Activision studios, thank you for your support, encouragement and contribution to this great franchise
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