Point and Shoot is your opportunity to showcase your best Havoc DLC clips to the entire world. To get started, here is how to record, upload, and submit your Playstation 4 clips:

 

1. After executing a highlight-worthy play, press the SHARE button and then the Square button to save the last 15 minutes of gameplay.

 

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2. Go to the Capture Gallery on your Playstation 4 and find your video. Press the SHARE button to begin the upload process.

 

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3. Select YouTube. You will need to link your YouTube account with your PSN account if you have not already done so.

 

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4. Trim your clip and give it suitable titles and descriptions. When you've finished, select Share to begin the upload. To track the upload progress, go to the Uploads section in the Notifications menu.

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5. When your upload is complete, go to YouTube.com and log into your account. Find your video, copy the URL, and go to callofduty.com/pointnshoot to submit your entry!

 

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Settle in and get online this weekend, because we’re turning on Double XP on all platforms. From 9AM PST on Friday, February 20th until 9AM PST on Monday, February 23rd, all players will receive twice the XP on their Multiplayer progress.

 

 

For Playstation and PC players, this weekend is the perfect warm-up for the Havoc DLC Pack, which arrives on Tuesday, February 26th. Dive into an all-new Exo Zombies co-op experience, command the versatile AE4 directed energy assault rifle and AE4 Widowmaker custom variant, as well as explore four new Multiplayer maps.

 

 

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B-O5TEJIEAAymiP.jpgIt's time to put your exoskeleton abilities to the test on the PC. Beginning now and running until Sunday, February 22nd 1pm PST, Steam users can try Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare Multiplayer for free! Customize your loadout, choose from a diverse selection of game modes, and do battle on all 13 of the base Multiplayer maps.

 

For those that want to play on past the weekend, both the standard and Digital Pro Edition are also available at discount for a limited time. Best of all, the Multiplayer progress earned during the free weekend will be waiting for you when you've purchased the full game.

 

This weekend is the perfect warm-up for the Havoc DLC Pack, which arrives on PC Tuesday, February 26th. Dive into an all-new Exo Zombies co-op experience, command the versatile AE4 directed energy assault rifle and AE4 Widowmaker custom variant, as well as explore four new Multiplayer maps.

 

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Pro Tips – Core

Posted by AdvancedWarfareNews Feb 19, 2015

You might want to lighten up your outfit, because this place is hot and dry. Core brings players to the ruins of a desert nuclear fusion plant in the Havoc DLC pack for Call of Duty®: Advanced Warfare. It won’t be an easy fight, but let’s see if we can’t help prepare you for the worst.

 

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From the City to the Desert

 

In contrast to last week’s look at the confined Urban, Core is large and open. A versatile map, Core features three prominent lanes with opportunities for both short- and long-range combat. The top and bottom lanes present a clear and distant environment, while the center and its surrounding tunnels press players together more tightly. With large swaths of open ground, you’ll have to be light on your toes and quick to the draw to survive.

 

Chaos

 

Holding the middle lane is no small feat, and the chaos that ensues is part of what makes it so fun to try. Stay undercover with Low Profile and Blast Suppressor, and keep an eye on the mini-map to spot targets before they become a nuisance. If you’re having trouble keeping tabs on enemy movements, try the Exo Launcher’s Tracking Drone; there’s a good chance you’ll lock onto someone nearby. Try using an SMG for quick firing mobility in Kill Confirmed or set up shop with Heavy Weapons and make trouble at the B flag in Domination.

 

Order

 

The outside lanes require a bit more planning and precision. Plan your movement carefully or risk getting caught in the open, and always be aware of the pathways leading out from the center. A well placed Remote Turret or Bombing Run can do a lot of damage here, and sight attachments will help you snap onto distant targets more easily. Consider using Toughness to maintain focus during ranged duels. Assault Rifles and Sniper Rifles dominate the outer loop, so be prepared to engage from afar in all game modes.

 

Decontamination Commencing

 

Once you get acclimated to the map, it’s time to clean house. Orbital Care Packages have the chance to award players with a lethal decontamination drone. This map-based Scorestreak deploys from one of the several blue holding cells littered around the environment and attacks the first enemy player in its path. They don’t have much health, so someone with quick reflexes can shoot it out of the sky, but its small frame makes a hard target and the distraction alone gives you the opportunity to finish the job yourself.

 

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Point and Shoot is your opportunity to showcase your best Havoc DLC clips to the entire world. To get started, here is how to record, upload, and submit your Xbox One clips:

 

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1. After executing a highlight-worthy play, double-tap the Xbox button and press the X button to record the last 30 seconds of gameplay. For longer recordings, snap the Game DVR app and click End clip now. You will be given the option to save up to the last five minutes of gameplay.

 

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2. Head over to the Upload Studio app and select your recorded clip. Here you can trim your clip down and add optional effects or text.

 

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3. When you are finished editing, check the box for OneDrive and click Next to begin the upload process.

 

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4. When the upload is complete, go to your computer and log on to your OneDrive account at OneDrive.com (same as your Xbox Live login). Find your recorded clip, and click Download to save the video file to your computer.

 

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5. Go to YouTube.com and upload the video file to your account. Once the upload is complete, copy the URL and go to callofduty.com/pointnshoot to submit your entry!

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Pro Tips – Urban

Posted by AdvancedWarfareNews Feb 12, 2015

Welcome to Dallas Ward 3, your new home in Texas. This week, we’re looking at Urban, the smallest multiplayer map in the new Havoc DLC Pack, available now on Xbox LIVE and coming February 26th to the PlayStation Network and PC. The city’s in lockdown, and with nowhere to go, you might as well be prepared to fight.

 

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Think Fast, Act Faster

 

Urban’s compact layout means it won’t take long for opposing sides to crash into each other. With less room to move around, your exoskeleton becomes even more vital than usual. A well-timed dodge, boost, or slam means the difference between going down and staying alive for just a bit longer. Hesitate and you’re a goner. Speed up with the Lightweight and Fast Hands perks, as well as the Quickdraw Grip and Stock attachments.

 

Move Vertically

 

Players that use every bit of the environment tend to succeed more on small maps like Urban. While space is tight, keep an eye out for ledges, walls, staircases, and objects to jump on or over to keep the enemy guessing. If you’re inside one of the buildings, loop around the top and bottom to avoid getting flanked. The more sporadic your movements, the more difficult you’ll be to take down.

 

Lockdown

 

Just when you thought you were stuck here forever, the lockdown lifts. Midway through the match, the lockdown deactivates, opening up the map with additional interior environments. Listen for the alarm indicating access and get into position to take out incoming enemies exploring the new areas. Equip the Exo Trophy System for added protection.

 

Go Small or Go Home

 

While it’s possible to dominate with any weapon class given the right approach, Urban strongly encourages using SMGs or shotguns. It’s a great opportunity to up your close-quarters game and unlock more camos and attachments for your short-range weapons.

 

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The Atlas Corporation has gone too far, and Oz (John Malkovich), Kahn (Bill Paxton), Lilith (Rose McGowan), and Decker (Jon Bernthal) are left to pick up the pieces with a fight for their lives in the Havoc DLC pack’s Exo Zombies Outbreak map. To help get you started, we’ve pulled together some tips to consider in the early rounds of the level, where your actions can determine how successful each match will be.

 

Use Your Knife in the Early Rounds

 

You thought Atlas was going to make this easy for you? Think again. Everything in Outbreak costs points, from accessing new areas to purchasing weapons and upgrades. Building up your points is especially critical in the early rounds when you’re most vulnerable. Finishing off a zombie with a melee attack rewards the most points with 130 per melee takedown. Early on, before you’re getting swarmed, weaken zombies with a few shots and then finish with the knife. The extra points will help you to a stronger start.

 

Suit Up

 

The outbreak happened so quickly, there wasn’t enough time to suit up. At the start of the match, all players are without an Exo Suit. Clearly, that needs to be remedied. Once you start making your way into the Atlas facility, look for Exo Room markers along the wall. Follow these until you reach the room holding the Exo Suits and switch on the power to access them. As you can imagine, these really come in handy when avoiding swarms.

 

Upgrade Your Exo Suit

 

If you call up your mini-map, you’ll notice several icons scattered throughout the environment. Once the Exo Suit is acquired, you’ll want to find the generators to power these various stations and improve your abilities. The options available to you include:

 

Exo Health – 2,500 points

Increase your maximum health.

 

Exo Medic – 1,500 points

Revive teammates more quickly. On solo, revive self (can be purchased up to three times).

 

Exo Slam – 2,000 points

Enables the Exo Suit’s boost slam ability.

 

Exo Reload – 2,000 points

Reload more quickly.

 

Exo Soldier – 1,750 points

Shoot and reload while sprinting, and swap weapons more quickly.

 

Print Your Weapon

 

A good weapon can mean the difference between success and failure. While there a plenty of reliable weapons scattered throughout the environment, Outbreak’s 3D Printer is your key to the most powerful of them. To discover its location, check for the red question box displayed on the wall map in the Main Hub. Or, if you’re really observant, check your mini-map. Activate the printer for 1,000 points to gamble for a better weapon, including powerful options like Heavy Weapons or Outbreak’s deadly CEL-3 Cauterizer, a directed energy shotgun that stops zombies in their tracks.

 

Upgrade Your Weapon

 

Once you’ve got your hands on a good weapon, it’s time to kick up the power. Spend 2,500 points at a weapon Upgrade Station to improve the lethality of your held weapon. Weapons can be upgraded a total of 20 times, offering new camos, attachments, and passive increases along the way.

 

Explore & Experiment

 

We’ve just barely scratched the surface of Outbreak, and there’s so much more to discover. Scan your environment with a keen eye, experiment with difference strategies, and learn how to make the most out of each situation. The more you know, the better equipped you’ll be to start pushing the later rounds.

 

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The first DLC Pack for Call of Duty®: Advanced Warfare, Havoc is set to release February 26th on Playstation Network and PC. Havoc features the all-new Exo Zombies co-op experience, the all-new versatile AE4 directed energy assault rifle, the AE4 Widowmaker custom variant, and four new Multiplayer maps, tailor-made to unleash your exoskeleton’s power.

 

Multiplayer:

Core- Set in the ruins of a nuclear fusion plant in the Gobi Desert, Core combines long-range exterior routes with close quarters pathways. Call in the unique decontamination drone Scorestreak and clean out the competition.


Drift- Escape to a scenic Rocky Mountain ski resort in Drift, where rooftops and a rotating carousel allow you to spot enemies from afar. When the map-altering avalanche hits, get into position to take down fleeing enemies.

 

Sideshow- In the shadow of Devil's Tower, Wyoming, Sideshow takes players to a creepy clown motel. The map's open layout is perfect for long-range combat, but make sure to move quickly to pick up the deadly bombs that launch from the clown marquee.


Urban- A close quarters map set in the Dallas Ward 3 mega structure, Urban puts all of your exoskeleton skills to the test. Dash quickly across the open center, jump high up to take out advancing enemies, and escape safely into one of the two major buildings.

 

AE4 and AE4 Widowmaker Weapons- A directed energy assault rifle, the AE4 combines a versatile firing mechanism with all-around movement speed and handling. Also included is the AE4 Widowmaker variant, which features increased accuracy at the cost of a reduced fire rate.

 

Exo Zombies:

Starring John Malkovich, Bill Paxton, Rose McGowan, and Jon Bernthal, Exo Zombies ushers in a new breed of Zombies. When a DNA bioweapon unexpectedly spawns a bloodthirsty mutant horde, four Atlas employees must survive a horror unlike any other. Acquire new weapons, upgrade your exoskeleton, and explore the Atlas research facility, all while fighting an ever-increasing horde of undead.

 

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The Havoc DLC pack is now available for Call of Duty®: Advanced Warfare on Xbox LIVE, and developer Sledgehammer Games has delivered with heart-pumping action across four new multiplayer maps and the start of the Exo Zombies saga. To celebrate the release of Havoc, we’re focusing this week’s Pro Tips on the new Sideshow multiplayer map.

 

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Let’s get started:

 

All Eyes on You

 

Sideshow’s open environment offers clear lines of sight for long-range attacks from the surrounding rooftops and ground cover. The map is fairly small, so sticking to one place for too long is likely to attract unwanted attention. Mark a clear destination or cover point when it’s time to move to avoid becoming fodder in the open. As you learn the map over time, look out for creative uses with the terrain for every situation.

 

Incoming!

 

These clowns aren’t just creepy, but dangerous too. In particular, the looming clown sign in the middle of the map comes alive during Sideshow’s dynamic event, lobbing bombs from under his hat in every direction. Follow the smoke trail and pick up the bomb for a free explosive attack against an unsuspecting target. Or, find cover at a distance and take out enemy players chasing down the goods.

 

Hold the Inn

 

Prefer close-quarters combat? Head to the inn and play toll keeper with enemy players trying to rush through. Have a Flak Jacket loadout on hand for improved survivability against opponents trying to flush you out, and turn the tables with an Explosive Drone when they get frustrated and carelessly run inside. With some fancy footwork and a shotgun or SMG in hand, you can rack up points in the interior while everyone else gets blown to pieces outside.

 

All-out Attack

 

When playing objective modes, especially location-specific ones like Domination and Hardpoint, don’t hesitate to push the offense and attack aggressively. A strong team can use Sideshow’s open environment to hold down a position, and you don’t want to give your enemy that opportunity. Avoid the situation by being the first team there, and when you’re beaten to the punch, dislodge and disorient them with aggressive attacks.

 

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It’s going to be an eventful weekend for Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare fans as we gear up for the launch of the Havoc DLC Pack next week. First, we’re turning on Double XP on all platforms. From 9AM PST on Friday, January 23 until 9AM PST on Monday, January 26, all players will receive twice the XP on their Multiplayer progress.

 

This weekend will also see the launch of two limited playlists: Hardcore Mosh Pit and Comeback 24/7.

 

Last month we launched Mosh Pit, a playlist that gathers a variety of game modes into one place. This weekend we’re doing the same for the Hardcore community with Hardcore Mosh Pit, bringing a varied playlist with the trademark limited health and HUD. Whether you’re mainly a Core player or a Hardcore veteran, check out Hardcore Mosh Pit and enjoy this unique Multiplayer variant.

 

For the past week on the Sledgehammer Games Facebook page, fans have been voting for the Multiplayer map that they want to see in a 24/7 playlist. In a close decision, “Comeback” won the honors with 19% of the votes. So for this weekend only, take an extended trip to downtown Lagos with the Comeback 24/7 playlist! Be sure to follow us on Facebook as well for more playlist selections in the future.

 

Havoc is the first DLC pack available for Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare and includes four Multiplayer maps, a Multiplayer weapon and weapon variant, as well as Exo Zombies. Havoc releases on Tuesday, January 27 for Xbox One and Xbox 360 players, with other platforms to follow. Click here to learn more.

 

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It’s time to gear up and rank up in preparation for the Havoc DLC pack launching on Xbox LIVE this Tuesday, January 27th, and Supply Drop Daily Challenges offer just the edge you need to boost ahead of the competition. Added to Call of Duty®: Advanced Warfare Multiplayer just before the turn of the new year, Supply Drop Daily Challenges reward players with extra XP and a free Supply Drop or exclusive character gear upon completion.

 

How They Work

 

The Daily Challenge always appears under Find Game or Operator in the Multiplayer menu. Challenges are issued across a variety of game modes, game mode objectives, and weapon challenges, with more challenges being introduced over time. You have 24 hours to complete the Daily Challenge upon logging into Multiplayer each day. In addition to Supply Drops, you also have the chance to earn a piece of the Daily Challenge-exclusive KVA Recon set.

 

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Consistency is Key

 

The more Supply Drops you open, the more gear and in-game bonuses you earn. To maximize your progression, be consistent and look out for the Daily Challenge each time you log in. Most can be completed within a few matches, and you’ll still earn regular Supply Drops through normal play. Make it a habit and your Armory will thank you.

 

Improve Your Game

 

In addition to the rewards they offer, Daily Challenges are also a great motivator to improve your overall gameplay. Competing in game modes or creating loadouts that you’re not familiar with puts your skills to the test, making you a more well-rounded player. This is also a good way to prepare for Ranked Play, where a full understanding of the Multiplayer experience goes a long way in giving you the advantage over the enemy.

 

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*Supply Drop Daily Challenges are currently available for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC, with support for Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 coming in a future update.

With less than two weeks to go until the Havoc DLC pack launches for Call of Duty®: Advanced Warfare on Xbox LIVE, it’s time to face your fears in live battle against the zombie horde. We’ve covered Exo Survival previously, but today we’re looking directly at the bonus, unlockable Zombies round found within the co-op mode.

 

It’s a Riot

 

The bonus zombies round is encountered exclusively on the Riot Exo Survival map. Riot is the final map to unlock within the Exo Survival progression system, by completing the following objectives in order:

 

Complete 50 rounds on Tier 1 maps – Bio Lab, Retreat, Detroit, Ascend – to unlock Tier 2.

 

Complete 75 rounds on Tier 2 maps – Horizon, Comeback, Terrace, Instinct – to unlock Tier 3.

 

Complete 100 rounds on Tier 3 maps – Greenband, Solar, Recovery, Defender – to unlock Riot.

 

Rounds are counted across multiple matches, meaning you don’t have to complete all 50 rounds in a single match to unlock Tier 2 and so on. If you haven’t started in on Exo Survival yet, grab some friends and blast away. The training is bound to come in handy.

 

Once you’ve unlocked the Riot map, gear up and survive through the end of Round 10. Now the real fun begins.

 

Boost Your Armor at Round 10

 

The Manticore bio weapon unleashes zombie mayhem at the start of Round 11. In preparation for the attack, save some Upgrade Points beforehand. Once Round 10 begins, head straight to the Exo Armory and boost the Armor stat a few times. The added protection can be a life saver when you’ve got multiple zombies battling for your brains.

 

Grab a Weapon

 

At the start of Round 11, both Armories are offline, and all players’ exoskeletons are briefly disabled. To top it off, you’re stripped of your weapons and left with only a pistol. Before the zombies start pouring in, scavenge the immediate area for highlighted items on the ground indicating a weapon pickup. Grab something quick and brace yourself for the attack.

 

Escape to the Prison Yard

 

Survive long enough and your team is ordered to evacuate the area via the prison yard. You’ve got 40 seconds to reach the indicated location and get out alive. Your exoskeleton is back online at this point, so get boosting and evacuate ASAP.

 

This is Just the Beginning

 

Dying for more? This is just a teaser of what’s to come. Pick up the Havoc DLC pack arriving first on Xbox LIVE this January 27th and explore a fully-realized Exo Zombies experience including an all-star lineup of Hollywood actors playing four unprepared Atlas employees stuck in a nightmare scenario. Purchase the Season Pass for guaranteed access to the full Exo Zombies saga releasing throughout the year.

 

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Following OpTic Gaming’s hard-fought 1st place finish in the UMG Orlando Call of Duty®: Advanced Warfare eSports tournament, it’s the perfect time to discuss strategies for the One Shot Multiplayer game mode. Designed in collaboration between the Sledgehammer Games development team and Optic Gaming’s own Matt “NaDeSHoT” Haag, One Shot challenges players to a 6v6 snipers-only Team Deathmatch, including decreased health across the board. One shot is all it takes.

 

Let’s look at some basics:


Try All Five Classes

 

One Shot includes five sniper-only classes using the MORS bolt-action railgun sniper and no secondary weapon. It’s all about precision. The classes – Hard Scope, Zoomed, 4x, Ace, and Irons – are primarily differentiated by the provided weapon attachments, or lack thereof.

 

When starting out, focus on finding the sight that best compliments your playstyle. You might prefer different classes for different situations, but you’ll likely find one or two that really work for you.

 

Difference in the Details

 

Each class comes equipped with the UAV Scorestreak and the perks Lightweight, Overcharged, Fast Hands, Toughness, and Blast Suppressor, as well as the Exo Launcher Variable Grenade. The difference is in the details. Three of the classes include the System Hack Scorestreak in addition to the UAV, Hard Scope benefits from the Peripherals perk, and your Exo Ability is either Exo Cloak or Exo Hover.

 

As you get used to the different attachments, pay attention to these other differences in order to master each class. In a game mode where a single shot decides the difference between success and defeat, you need every tool at your disposal to stay on top and lead your team to victory.

 

Boost Away

 

Use Exo Boost liberally to quickly dodge and reach vantage points. With Blast Suppressor equipped across the board, boosting won’t give away your position on the mini-map. Take advantage of this to outmaneuver and disorient enemy players at every turn.

 

Track Their Every Move

 

Just as important as what is available is what isn’t. Without the Low Profile perk, every enemy player shows up on the mini-map when your team has a UAV in the air. If there’s one or more active, play aggressively and track town enemy players, or cut them off in their tracks. If your team doesn’t have an active UAV, consider pulling back to a defensive stance, especially if the enemy team has surveillance working against you.

 

Switch It Up

 

One Shot is also a great mode for mastering the Variable Grenade. With settings for Stun, EMP, Threat, and Smoke, you’re given a lot of tactical flexibility when approaching dangerous situations. Test out all the settings to determine which tool is best for the job in any given situation.

 

Reap the Rewards

 

For the collectors out there, One Shot offers a great opportunity to complete the Deadeye Challenge, as well build up One Shot One Kill Medals. Pull your weight and you might even get to show off your mastery of the precision game with the One Shot Goggles.

 

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You've put together the perfect outfit for your operator, now it's time to show it off to the world! Check out the tutorials below to see how you can share your operator on social media.

 

Xbox One:

1. With your operator displayed in the Multiplayer menu, move the Left stick to the right to display your Playercard and loadout.

2. Move the Left stick down to scroll through your loadout items and use the Right stick to reposition your operator.

3. When you're done, press the Xbox button twice and press the X button to record a video clip of the last 30 seconds.

4. Head to the Upload app and find the video in My Clips.

5. Press the Menu button and select "Share" from the menu. Choose Twitter (you will need to connect your Twitter account if you haven't already) and enter your tweet in "Add a Caption," making sure to include the #AWOperator hashtag.

6. Press "Share This" to tweet out your Operator video.

 

Playstation 4:

1. With your operator displayed in the Multiplayer menu, move the Left stick to the right to display your Playercard and loadout.

2. Press the SHARE button and select "Upload Screenshot." Select your screenshot.

4. Choose Facebook or Twitter (you will need to connect your account if you haven't already).

5. Enter a comment, making sure to include the #AWOperator hashtag.

6. Press "Share" to upload a picture of your Operator.

 

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An all-star lineup of Hollywood stars will be featured in the Exo Zombies experience included with the Havoc DLC pack. John Malkovich (In the Line of Fire, RED, Burn After Reading) headlines a celebrity cast that includes Bill Paxton (Aliens, Titanic, Edge of Tomorrow), Rose McGowan (Planet Terror, Scream), and Jon Bernthal (Fury, The Walking Dead).

 

When a DNA bioweapon spawns a bloodthirsty mutant horde, four unprepared Atlas employees must survive a horror unlike any other. Exo Zombies utilizes the speed and movement that is the hallmark of Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare.

 

Exo Zombies is included with Havoc, the first DLC pack for Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare. Havoc also includes four multiplayer maps, access to the AE4 directed energy assault rifle and AE4 Widowmaker custom variant. Havoc releases first on Xbox LIVE in January 2015.

 

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