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UK Trailer for next Call of Duty game leaks online two days early

Call of Duty being the unstoppable juggernaut of a franchise it is, it was only a matter of time before its first new-gen iteration was revealed. Using the tagline "A New Era", Call of Duty's official Facebook page has for several weeks been touting a worldwide announcement for the next Call of Duty title, which we now know to be called Advanced Warfare, for modern generation consoles such as XBox One and PS4.

That Global Reveal was scheduled yesterday for the 4th of May; and the intention was for the company to reveal the game's title and trailers for each region on the day. Unfortunately, one of those trailers got leaked on Facebook a little too early – the UK Trailer was discovered earlier today and was confirmed by Call of Duty as legitimate, with this message posted on their Facebook page:

This was scheduled for Sunday but it just leaked, so why wait? Here's the first look at Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare. #ANewEra begins now!

The Trailer consists of what is claimed to be footage of XBox One gameplay, and shows off the new gen graphics; details some possible actions; and offers an insight into the game's story via select FMV sequences. I'm sure you're waiting to see it yourself – so check the Trailer below, courtesy their official YouTube channel:

This article first appeared online at Sanitarium.FM under the title: Official Call of Duty®: Advanced Warfare Reveal Trailer Leaked Online Early

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