How to Get More Supply Drops in CoD Advanced Warfare

Supply Drops

Now that we’ve managed to fix all those Call of Duty Advanced Warfare crashes and problems, we are ready to fully experience the game. The Supply Drops represent a brand new way to gain extra items for the multiplayer matches and you’re probably wonder how to get more Supply Drops in the game, since you can either use the items or sell them for even more XP points. It doesn’t matter what you choose to do with them, but we’re here to help.

So if you want to get more Supply Drops in CoD Advanced Warfare, read on!

Die often, die quick!
It might sound strange and it might be a coincidence, but I seem to get more supply drops when I die in the game, especially if I manage to be the first casualty during a round or I die immediately after joining the game. So try it for yourself a few times, you might be surprised to see it works! Just have in mind that you have to die really fast after the game starts, otherwise it might not work!

Upgrade your Exo-Suit
This is for the single player campaign: when you upgrade your Exo-suit and max out a particular upgrade, you will receive a free supply drop. So since there are 10 upgrades possible, you can get 10 free Supply Drops from the campaign mode! So make sure that you play your best and get them fast!

Supply Drops and play time
Another thing that seems to be true in my case is that the more time you spend in the game, the higher the chances of you earning a supply drop. So the more you stay in multiplayer and level up, the more supply drops you will get.

So unfortunately, there’s not much you can do in order to get more of these goodies in CoD: Advanced Warfare, but you can certainly try out my recommended method. Most likely it’s some sort of glitch, which means that it might get patched in a future update. So make sure that you take advantage of it while it lasts and get all those great Supply Drops!

Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare Release Date, Pre Order, Details, Screenshots & Trailer

Call of Duty

It was over 10 days ago when the first leaked details about the next Call of Duty game started to surface (with the first screenshot) and now Activision decided to put an end to the speculations and offer official details about Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare, the upcoming title in the series. We have gathered all the pieces in one single article, so we have here the Call of Duty Advanced Warfare release date, first in-game screenshots, trailer and all the details unveiled so far. A must read and see for all Call of Duty fans out there!

We’ll start with what is probably the most important thing: the release date. It shouldn’t come as a big surprise, since all CoD games are launched at a similar date, but this particular one is coming on November 4th. You can already pre-order the game on Amazon here for the platform of your choice. It should be, again, no surprise to hear that all major consoles are covered: PS 3, Xbox 360, PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

Developed by Sledgehammer Games (involved with Modern Warfare 3), Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare brings in the game some really big names: actor Kevin Spacey, starring as Jonathan Irons – one of the most powerful men in the world. You can see him in the trailer below.

But until then, let’s check out all the details we have on the upcoming CoD Advanced Warfare title! You can’t help but say “hmm… Crysis!” when you hear about the use of exoskeletons in the game, which in terms of gameplay will enhance the player’s movement (think boost jumps and grappling, covert cloaking abilities, and biomechanics that provide unparalleled strength, awareness, endurance, and speed). The developers promise that this changes “fundamentally” the way people play Call of Duty.

We also have improvements and changes in the arsenal area: new weapons and abilities are prepared for the launch day, all-new equipment and perks, as well as vehicles (like hoverbikes, yay!) and specialized drones. There will also be a new type of ammunition used in the game, “directed-energy weaponry” that Sledgehammer Games promise to enable new gameplay mechanics, but exact details are not offered.

The Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare trailer you can watch below offers a lot of in-game action, although very little, actual gameplay. However, it’s easy to see that the graphics will be really nice and the new exoskeleton element will work great. We can also see some other features, like building our own cover, climbing on walls like Spiderman and the nice hoverbikes:

And if the trailer is not enough for you, Activision has also released a few official screenshots you can enjoy below:

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So, what do you think about this upcoming Call of Duty game? Do you like the new ideas behind this year’s release or you would’ve preferred something more traditional?