As part of Microsoft's Gamescom 2014 media briefing, Sledgehammer's Glen Schofield and Michael Condrey took the stage to reveal some more about Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare. Namely, they pulled the curtain back on more of the single-player mode, showing off one of the campaign's early missions along San Francisco, while also revealing a new Xbox One bundle set to land in November.
The Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare bundle will come with the console, some slick-looking CoD decals, and a 1TB hard drive. The bundle will be available for $499 and come with a downloadable Day Zero edition of Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare. Interested consumers can begin pre-ordering now from major retailers.
The campaign footage, which originally debuted behind closed doors at E3, began with an on-rails driving sequence and saw an intense chase along the Golden Gate bridge. Exoskeleton-enhanced enemies could be seen leaping over vehicles, offering a chance to show off some of Advanced Warfare's new inventory pieces, like the threat detection grenade. The Exoskeleton also offered some new gameplay wrinkles, like ripping a car door off its hinges to create a makeshift riot shield. The sequence ended with some of the typical Call of Duty bombast, as the Golden Gate bridge came crashing down.
If nothing else, it looks like a new take on the usual Call of Duty campaign, but judge for yourself with the new footage below.