New Call of Duty Advanced Warfare live-action trailer puts viewer in FPS mode

We've already seen the final gameplay launch trailer for Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare, but today Activision has launched a live-action trailer for the latest game in the first person shooter series. Appropriately, the trailer puts the viewer in a FPS mode,

Directed by Hollywood feature film director Peter Berg (Friday Night Lights, The Rundown and Lone Survivor), the trailer is pretty much non-stop action as we see the world through the eyes of the character in this war torn near-future setting. There's lots of shooting, lots of jet pack jumping and lots of speeder bike riding as you chat with your soldier buddy, played by actor Taylor Kitsch, with a quick appearance from model Emily Ratajkowski in a setting that we won't spoil here.

Call of Duty Advanced Warfare is officially coming out on November 4 but folks who have pre-ordered the game will be able to download it on the Xbox One one day early, and Walmart will also sell the retail version one day early as well. Microsoft is selling a 1 TB version of its Xbox One console with the game bundled with it for $449.

Do you think there's a place for live action trailers for games, even if they don't show real gameplay?

Source: Call of Duty (YouTube)

John Callaham