Good news gamers, if you’re tired of playing Call of Duty: Ghosts and are looking forward to the next installment, Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare, you will be pleased to learn that the game’s developers, Sledgehammer Games, has opened up pre-orders for the game which will be released on the 4th of November.
Even better news is that for PlayStation 4 gamers, the game will be pre-loaded onto the console, meaning that you will be able to download it ahead of its release, so that on launch day itself you won’t have to deal with busy servers and download times, and can just jump right into it. Pre-loading is a feature that console manufacturers like Sony and Microsoft are taking a look at.
PC gamers have long been able to pre-load their games ahead of its release, and we guess many were wondering why hadn’t consoles caught up to that feature just yet, but we guess Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare will be one of the games for the PS4 will support pre-loading.
Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare will not be the first game to support pre-loading: that honor will instead go to Bungie’s upcoming shooter, Destiny. While Microsoft is considering the feature themselves, they have not announced which game of theirs will be the first to support the feature.