Together with game designers from http://sledgehammergames.com” target=”_blank”>Sledgehammer Games, http://activision.com” target=”_blank”>Activision released the first trailer to its newest http://callofduty.com” target=”_blank”>Call of Duty title late yesterday evening. Designated as http://callofduty.com” target=”_blank”>Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare, the game provides a glimpse of how war will look like in the near future. From the commercialization of national security apparatus, armored exoskeleton, optical stealth, to the application of drones and automated military hardware, the addition of actor Kevin Spacey, who portrays an impregnable private military contractor in the game, creates a sense of realism to the title’s overall feel. And similar to his role as conniving Frank Underwood on House of Cards, Spacey answers the need of democracy with an emphatic reply – People Don’t Want Freedom. Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare will be available starting on Tuesday, November 4th, 2014.