Advanced Warfare Will Have Split-Screen, Hardcore Modes, and 10 or 15 Prestige Levels

Dropping more details on Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare’s multiplayer, Sledgehammer Games co-founder Michael Condrey took to social media to answer a few incoming questions from curious Call of Duty fans.

The details are pretty straight forward. According to Condrey, Advanced Warfare will feature split-screen play, hardcore modes, and will include either either 10 or 15 Prestige levels — the design team is “still debating” between the two numbers.

The question still remains, however, if split-screen will remain limited to two players, as has been the case in the most recent Call of Duty titles, or if it will allow for four-players at once.

In addition, Condrey answered to one questioner that the team believes they’ve “got the right balance” when it come to time-to-kill and that “it seemed validated at Gamescom,” but the studio has “still got some dev time too,” should they feel the need to make alterations.

You can catch Condrey’s Tweets below:

Thanks, CharlieIntel, for that one.

In addition, if you weren’t already aware, Kill Confirmed and Search & Rescue are both game modes that will be returning in Advanced Warfare multiplayer.

Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare launches November 3rd for those who pre-order the Day Zero Edition.

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