Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare Multiplayer to Use New “Pick 13” System, Co-Op ScoreStreaks Introduced

August 11, 2014Written by Alex Co

Call of Duty Advanced Warfare

If you’re one of the many that liked Treyarch’s “Pick 10” for Call of Duty: Black Ops 2, then you’re in luck! Sledgehammer Games will be using a similar point system for this year’s iteration of the blockbuster shooter, Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare.

Straight from Activision, here’s the gist of the all-new Pick 13. Also of note, for the first time, co-op Scorestreaks will be in a Call of Duty game.

PICK 13: The much loved Pick 10 create-a-class format is back with even more customizable options than before. You can now choose which scorestreaks will be included with your class. This addition to the beloved create-a-class format provides more depth to player strategy and play style. In addition to combining scorestreaks with your class, players can customize scorestreaks to make them more powerful, for a cost. For example, players can customize a Remote Turret into a Rocket Turret Module. In addition to customizable scorestreaks, the game introduces Co-Op Scorestreaks, which for the first time, two players can now join up a scorestreak and work together. This is the perfect example of teamwork for those players that rack up score, with those that may not always get the chance to experience the high-end scorestreaks. Teaming up on a Warbird is a perfect way to gain the advantage on the battlefield.

Stay tuned in to PlayStation LifeStyle for more exclusive Advanced Warfare multiplayer info coming to you this week.