The world of “Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare” may have seen an enhanced and impressive version of players, weapons and zombies due to the EXO suits. But the number of battles, kills, moves and weapons used are just as impressive, as revealed by the infographics from developer Sledgehammer Games.
Players of “Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare” seemed to enjoy taking on and killing EXO zombies despite their high-powered forms. The kills add up to 2,591,920,137, with 223,835,265 waves of EXO zombies completed.
The players also seem to have a wide range of weapon favourites. Assault rifles are the most popular, with SMG, Heavy, Sniper and Pistol playing it close. Of the different Exo abilities offered in “Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare,” most of the players opted to use Overclock, Shield and Cloak during their gameplays.
But the boost jump ability of the Exo suit was probably the top ability that players enjoyed the most. This allows players to achieve higher jumps in the single-player, multiplayer and Exo Survival modes. According to the numbers, more than 105 trillion boost jumps have been used collectively by players. This equates to around 14,000 trips around the world when translated to distance covered.
Sledgehammer Games has the complete and informative infographic for “Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare” in the link here. Indeed, the fan base behind the “Call of Duty” franchise is one that has been built for years, with the numbers in the infographics technically being just the record for the latest installment. In fact, “Call of Duty” has been around in terms of competitive gaming. The newest development in the competitive scene of “Call of Duty” is that the top player, Matthew Haag, also known as Nadeshot, will be distancing himself away from competitive play.
GameSpot reports that Haag has taken a leave of absence from competitive “Call of Duty.” This comes after his team’s latest game in the recently concluded Call of Duty Championship. His team Optic Gaming placed seventh out of an eight-team ranking.
This does not mean that he is completely retiring from gaming. Haag revealed that he will try his hand more at YouTube video creation for games like “H1Z1” and “Minecraft.” And in terms of “Call of Duty,” Haag stated that he will aim to be back on track once the 2015 installment of “Call of Duty” is released.
“I’m very confident that I will be revisiting my competitive roots and continue to compete in the next ‘Call of Duty’ title and maybe towards the end of ‘Advanced Warfare,’” said Haag as quoted by GameSpot.
Haag has been the captain of Optic Gaming since last year. As of now, there are no announcements yet on who will be taking his place during his absence.
“Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare” Ascendance DLC 2 trailer (Credit: YouTube/Call of Duty)
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Originally posted 2015-04-08 16:06:16.