Call of Duty Doesn’t Need Congress To Bring You This Trailer

Advanced Warfare won’t be the “same old Call of Duty” Sledgehammer games tells us, and from the looks of it certainly won’t be according to Atlus President Jonathan Irons.

Devastated by attacks on their worldwide military infrastructure in 2054, the U.S. is forced to turn to private military corporations for the protection it can no longer provide to its own citizens.

At the center of it all is Jack Mitchell (Troy Baker), a marine and amputee who lost his arm in a battle in South Korea, who joins up with the Atlas, the largest private military corporation in the world, and led by Irons (Kevin Spacey).

”Nearly all men can stand adversity,” the trailer reads,” but if you want to test a man’s character, give him power.”

How much power is Advanced Warfare bringing to the series? We’ll find out this November 4th. Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare marches out onto Playstation 3, Playstation 4, Xbox 360, and Xbox One. There is currently no confirmation of a Wii U edition.

According to Xbox division head Phil Spencer this past E3, Xbox Live will also be receiving DLC for the game first, as with previous series entries.