THIS NEWS CONTAINS POTENTIAL SPOILERS FOR CALL OF DUTY: ADVANCED WARFARE.
One week to go before Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare’s release on November 3 (through the Day Zero Edition), footage of Sledgehammer Games’ shooter has emerged online. This footage that appeared on Twitch this weekend was from a “stolen” version of the game, according to co-founder Glen Schofield.
We took 3 years 2 make a game. Kept it quiet 4 the fans & it has to be stolen & leaked a week b4. That sucks. A real bummer. Thanks a lot.
— Glen Schofield (@GlenSchofield) October 26, 2014
Yesterday, Twitch user Anfuny29 (according to MP1st) broadcasted Advanced Warfare from an early copy of the upcoming shooter. The stream (and the channel) were shut down, but not before new gameplay features such as a 30-kill “DNA Bomb” scorestreak were revealed. It is unclear how the Twitch user was able to get a copy of the game ahead of its release. More about the bomb here.