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Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare’s Campaign May Be Longer Than You Think



Call of Duty isn’t exactly known for having the lengthiest of campaigns, or even that good of campaigns for that matter, but Sledgehammer Games may be looking to break that trend with Advanced Warfare.

Everything we’ve seen so far from the campaign has looked pretty darn good. The acting talent, the graphics and the premise of the story all seem to be on a quality level and with Glen Schofield leading the charge, players might be surprised by the campaign this time around. Just a few weeks ago we reported on some of the campaigns biggest influences which you should definitely read about right here.

However, Call of Duty campaigns are also known to be notoriously short which irritates plenty of people. Thankfully, it looks like Advanced Warfare will be attempting to fix that issue with Call of Duty as well. A user on Twitter recently asked Schofield how long the game would be, and while he didn’t give an exact answer, Schofield was sure to note that it’s longer than the last few Call of Duty games.

Ghosts was ridiculously short coming in at a measly 3 1/2 hours for me, even on the Hardcore difficulty so it’ll be interesting to see just how much longer Advanced Warfare really is. Obviously just because a campaign is long doesn’t mean it’ll be good, but as I noted before, everything we’ve seen is looking up to par so far.

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Creating a Character That is Authentically Red Dead — An Interview With Roger Clark



Roger Clark Red Dead Redemption 2 interview
An Interview with Roger Clark

Roger Clark gave Rockstar Games’s Wild West a new voice when he took on the role of Red Dead Redemption 2’s Arthur Morgan last October. Despite big boots to fill, Clark has managed to prove himself as a valuable member of the outlawed gang.

Red Dead Redemption 2 launched to critical acclaim across the board and is set to go down not only as a triumph in world-building, but as a successful character-driven story, too.

OnlySP’s Michael Cripe sat down with Clark to talk about single-player games, the character of Arthur Morgan, fun times on set, inspirations, and more at Planet Comicon KC 2019. Check out the full interview up above.

“I was trying to come up with something that was honest, yet, had enough ambiguity so that, if the player wanted to make Arthur a total bastard, my performance would still make sense…”

Clark managed to take the OnlySP Award for Best Performer during OnlySP’s Best of 2018 ceremony thanks the “emotion he brought to the role” and his “low, raspy voice that will be ingrained in the minds of players for a very long time.”

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