What these screenshots tell us about Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare

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The details of Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare are sparse. We’ve seen a little footage of the new game in action and a lot of voiceover from Kevin Spacey. Besides that we’re left to join up the dots.

Activision have released a new batch of screenshots and it’s for us to divine what they mean.

Set in the future, much of the world in Advanced Warfare will be different from what we know.

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In the future we will shed three of our toes for the added resilience of a cloven hoof.

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Sticking with series’ tradition, as part of a skippable mission, you’ll drive this tank over a crowd of children celebrating Peace Day.

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By 2017 the army will heavily lean on employing soldiers with eight eyes.

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Those suits are filled with a cocktail of laughing gas and helium. If the material rips, even slightly, you’ll be met with the sound of high pitched giggling.

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Say what you like about the future’s brutal conflicts, that bike runs on recycled cooking oil.

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Not everything changes. Soldiers still insist on wearing full battle garb when going downstairs for breakfast in the morning.

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This soldier’s had his frontal cortex grown by science and has to wear a bigger helmet to cope.

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The army becomes an equal opportunities employer by 2019.

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After the 2020 UN convention, it was decided guns that fire bullets were too dangerous. So now rounds are made with paper casings and are filled with beige confetti.

Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare is due out 4 November.