In Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare, Activision and Sledgehammer Games are enjoying quite an impressive multiplayer reveal, and the customization factors are at the middle of it. Taking some notes from Call of Duty: Black Ops 2, Advanced Warfare will be implementing a Pick 13 system when it comes to character customization.
Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 implemented a Pick 10 system when it came to setting up your multiplayer character. In Pick 13 for Advanced Warfare, all the same customization options return, along with scorestreaks.
While you can still choose to take the same types of weapon customization items, scorestreaks will now also be available in the Pick 13 system. However, Sledgehammer will allow gamers the ability to choose no score streaks as well, and utilize the points elsewhere.
You could also choose to take a fourth score streak, and while it will cost two points, it may make sense in an effort to dominate each match.
Each attachment, perk, or wildcard you choose will take one point from your Pick 13 total. Depending on how you set up your loadout, you play style will play hand in hand when it comes to the workability of the unit as a whole.
Customization can also be applied to scorestreaks themselves. Should you want to add something like a rocket to a turret, you can combine the two weapons. Customizable scorestreaks won’t count towards your Pick 13, and add a whole new level of immersion to the tactical abilities you bring to each match.
Customizable scorestreaks will cost more points from players, but will also pack a bigger punch.
Co-op scorestreaks are also being introduced. Sledgehammer showed off the Warbird as a co-op scorestreak. When one player earns the scorestreak, a teammate can then provide support on the same scorestreak. With the Warbird, one player can take down enemies while the other tages them.
Customization is truly the name of the game when it comes to Pick 13 and Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare.
Make sure to check the game out when it drops in November.