Provided that you can get online in the wake of the Christmas DDoS attack, Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare is tacking on new content today for fans of the sniper rifle.
Hopefully people can get through the DDoS attacks to check this out, it looks like a lot of fun!
Ddos is done. Time for double XP!
Call of what? Who cares whatfare?
Only cliché gamers and kids play call of duty.
That made me chuckled.
Wonder if the double xp will be extended since the psn is down.
Doesn't seem like something that sledgehammer would do...
Initial double xp at launch was extended for like a week due to installation issues. Seems likely to me they would extend this too if it persists.
I wish things worked for the holidays
First COD I get a season pass for.
People have asked for this since bops2.
Maybe now snipers won't be dominating every game of TDM and FFA.
Yeah, this might keep them in there for a week...
gun game god damnit!
Great. (waits for PSN)
The network is back up if you're interested.
Sadly, it's not for me. I just tried 10 minutes ago.
I've always said they need to remove snipers from all playlists and simply give them their own so they can all quickscope each others brains out. All while ignoring the objectives, of course. Regardless, AW is a terrible COD unfortunately. I thought the game would be fun but it's not. Can we please quit this futuristic crap already? Ugh.
real hardcore online gamers only play Killzone shadowfull, and its about time that the idiots that make COD should delete the sniper rifle from all of there games
Kz SF doesnt even come close to CoD AW Trust me i got KZ on release day and didnt really enjoy it, although KZ's update did make it better
sorry bud but i disagree with you, I too got KZ SF day one and cod AW and there is no skill in getting kills on cod its just way too easy and the maps are boring as shit and way too small, however in KZ you need skill to get kills and its way more fun and a round last more than 2 minutes
Now with double the aim assist.
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