Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare Survey Reveals Crucial Info

Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare Beta & Exo suits will be in multiplayer with early access being considered.

An Activision survey for Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare has seemingly confirmed that exo suits will be usable in the game's multiplayer modes and revealed potential pre-order incentives including classic map Nuketown, a beta, and early access to online play. 

Here is the question on current and possible pre-order incentives for the game. 

The survey was brought to light by Redditor OhShitMarcos who said he received the email with a link to the survey despite having yet to pre-order the game. It's unclear what process Activision used to decide who would be invited to participate but presumably anyone contacted is a longstanding member of the Call of Duty community. 

GameStop recently confirmed that anyone who pre-orders the game, either online or in-store, will be entitled to an Advanced Warfare poster. 

The game is set in 2054 and developer Sledgehammer has taken the opportunity to test out experimental concept gadgets and weapons including a gun that prints bullets in the weapon chamber. 

Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare is coming to PC, PS3, PS4, Xbox 360, and Xbox One in November. The possibility of a beta and early access suggets Activision is trying to shake up the Call of Duty formula just as much as Sledgehammer is looking to improve the storytelling in the series.