Sledgehammer Games co-founder Michael Condrey has recently shares details about Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare‘s multiplayer aspect via Twitter, where he talked about the Supply Drop feature, the “Combat Readiness Mode” including the bots, and the 3rd person mode.

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However, the 3rd person mode would not be included "at launch". Sledgehammer Games has already worked on a number of 3rd person games for Call of Duty, and instead focused on the multiplayer mode and its single player campaign.

The Supply Drops feature is available only after you have unlock it, and can be carried over to multiplayer mode. Aim Assist is also still present in the game but there is now an option to turn it off. The bots will also be available and are being called 'Combat Readiness Program' as for the time being.

You can check out Condrey's tweets below: