Sledgehammer Games developers introduced the exoskeleton suit to their latest Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare title, and while it makes the game unique from previous titles, they will now be changing the online dress code as to how players can use them in multiplayer matches.
“We understand that some players may want to go back to the more traditional style,” Condrey said to YouTuber DvLZStaTioN, ”so there will be a traditional playlist where you can play Team Deathmatch and Domination and Capture the Flag and others without boost jump, without the Exo.”
In addition to the Advanced Warfare playlist and traditional matches, a third multiplayer mode will be revealed at a later date. Speculation is rising the mode may either be a survival mode similar to the version Sledgehammer Games put in Modern Warfare 3 or a zombie A.I. defense.
Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare will be released for the PlayStation 3 and 4, Xbox 360, Xbox One, and Microsoft Windows on November 4.