Activision hopes to boost pre-orders of Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare by letting customers play the game 24-hours early.
By pre-ordering the Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare Day Zero Edition, fans can play the game from November 3rd, that is 24 hours from release. The SKU also comes with two custom weapons for the title, plus the usual Double XP offering.
It's available at no extra cost, while Collector's Edition copies of the game will also be available as a ‘Day Zero' early purchase.
Activision recently stated that pre-orders for Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare is tracking behind previous games in the series. It could be for many reasons, franchise fatigue, the fact that pre-ordering isn't exactly necessary to secure your game, or the fact so many games these days launch and don't actually work.
What does that mean for the traditional Call of Duty midnight launch? We are asking the question as we type...