'Call of Duty Advanced Warfare' Pre-Order Bonus 'Advanced Arsenal' Reveals NEW Weapon! [VIDEO]

By Luke Caulfield , Updated Jun 10, 2014 01:04 PM EDT
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As Activision chose to announced the next Call of Duty game long before E3, that doesn't mean the publisher is down and out. We recently learned of the company's plan to add an incentive for players to pre-order Advanced Warfare, announcing two bonuses for early birds.

Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare Gameplay Video Revealed At E3

A new trailer is out from the company showing the bonuses in question, new skins for two of the game's futuristic gear:

- Bullet-Brass exoskeleton: A custom exoskeleton suit, the advanced armor of the future.
- Bullet-Brass EM1 Quantum: Part of an all-new class of directed-energy weaponry.

We haven't seen much of Advanced Warfare's arsenal, but this pre-order offer did offer some insights into the EM1. According to Michael Condrey, Sledgehammer's Head and Co-Founder, the brand new class of weapon will be seen in both the campaign and multiplayer modes alike. A battery powered weapon, this thing does NOT run out of ammo. But players WILL have to make sure they don't fire the weapon too fast or too often, or they risk depleting the battery. If you can find a happy medium, then you don't have to worry about reloading. Ever. Definitely an advantage on the "Battlefield."

Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare PlayStation Network Pre-Orders Offers Pre-Load Option On PlayStation 3

Check it out in the trailer below.

Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare is set to launch worldwide on November 4 for PC, PS4, PS3, Xbox 360, and Xbox One. The game takes place in 2054, and sees PMC Atlas CEO Jonathan Irons (voiced by Kevin Spacey), waging a war against the United States government, using his company's employees / guns for hire as his own personal army. In addition to the new class of weapons and exo suits, game gear also includes light bending helicopters, and gloves that put Spiderman's wall crawling abilities to shame.

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