Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare’s multiplayer reveal event covered a lot of points when it came to movement, modes and maps. Naturally, some of the fans’ questions were not answered during the event, as you can only cover so much, which is why they took to Twitter to get answers directly from the team.
If you’ve somehow missed our coverage of the reveal event, you can head through the link.
Now, Sledgehammer Games’ Michael Condrey has answered a slew of fan questions on Twitter and we’ve got all the details for you below.
Condrey confirmed that Advanced Warfare will have bots in a mode they’re calling ‘Combat Readiness Program’ for the time being. He also confirmed that aim assist is still present in the game, and there’ll be an option to turn it off.
On Supply Drops, Condrey confirmed that you can get them by playing the campaign, and they’ll give you access to weapons that will carry over to multiplayer. Some Supply Drops will also be tied to challenges, unlocking certain camos and the like. Camos can also be unlocked using the standard kill threshold method.
Finally, Condrey teased that the game may have third-person mode of some sort, but not on launch.