Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare on PS3 is a first-person shooter set for the near future. We play as soldier Mitchell, at the heart of a tense situation between the PMC Atlas and the terrorist group KVA. The gameplay introduces with this episode the exoskeletons which energize the movements and allow you to play with the verticality of the title.
Is this the end?
Activision does not abandon the “old” machines of Sony Computer Entertainment and Microsoft since the firm exhibits the famous Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare on PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. If the new gen version has been able to fill us with the miracles, that really worth this new episode on the beautiful builders?
We therefore looked at this edition in order to realize the work accomplished. A lower version, ridiculous and without much interest?
Call of Duty Ps3 : Advanced Warfare
The opening cutscene for Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare appears before our eyes and, yes, at first glance, the title of Activision seems to have the arguments to please visually. However, what about in-game play? The game begins and one thing is certain, the PlayStation 3 and the Xbox 360 still have some in the belly to dazzle us. And for good reason, it’s beautiful, it slaps and it farts in all directions.
Regulars of FPS will quickly find themselves there.
The characters are pretty well modeled, the environments well stocked, the physics is more than appreciable, in short, the graphics of Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare are really nice. However, not everything is beautiful and rosy, some imperfections are noticeable. Aliasing is visible on certain contours and textures appear, from time to time, on various elements of the decor.
Another impurity encountered: collisions. Sometimes, we got stuck in a wall or against a wall. Something to take into account all the same, these technical concerns are minimal, in no way detracting from the gameplay and the experience that this new Call of Duty provides.
In addition, the handling is done quickly and instinctively. Regulars of Call of Duty Ps3, they will quickly find themselves there. In short, the soundtrack is good, the gameplay is great, the universe is addictive, the multiplayer is explosive, the development studio Sledgehammer Games offers a title full of charm to satisfy as it should be lovers of the genre.
As you can see, Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare is a little pearl that knows how to keep us going for long hours. This edition on these popular machines has nothing to be ashamed of in front of the opus available on new-gen platforms. Who says PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 are dead?