Sledgehammer Games has announced the release of the second part of Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare Xbox One Patch, IGN reports.
“Expect similar game updates to Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 versions of Advanced Warfare soon,” the company wrote in an update, according to the site.
“We will continue to update this page on the deployment schedule, pending first party approvals.” Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare has officially been released and is already undergoing improvements.
The game’s developers have announced the release of a patch for the PC version of the game addressing online multiplayer glitches.
Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare developers have addressed recent leaks revealing the game will include a zombies mode and DNA bomb.
“I’m not thrilled by it as I’ve said before, but its part of the world we live in,” Sledgehammer co-founder Glen Schofield said, according to Game Spot. “As a storyteller and game maker we want the element of surprise there for the player.
Spoilers are never good–that’s why we have a phrase like spoiler alert.
I love the purity of playing the game the way we designed it and finding these things out on your own.” Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare will include a new “30-kill DNA Bomb scorestreak” gameplay feature, where gamers will be able to activate the bomb by killing 30 enemies without dying, Movie Pilot reports.
The game is scheduled to have a November 4 release date and developers have already publicized a list of required and recommended system specs to successfully play the game.