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Play Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare one day early with a ‘Day Zero’ pre-order

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Those that pre-order Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare prior to its November 4, 2014 release will have the opportunity to start playing one day early. The so-called “Day Zero Edition” was announced during Activision’s Gamescom 2014 livestream, which served to offer up a first look at the vastly changed multiplayer that developer Sledgehammer Games dreamed up.

Related: Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare review

The Day Zero bonus goes to any Advanced Warfare pre-orders, whether they were placed before or since the announcement. What’s more, during the 24-hour period leading up to the proper in-store release on November 4, anyone who plays in multiplayer will also earn double XP until the game launches.

Related: Get your first look at Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare‘s multiplayer

In addition to early access and double XP, Day Zero Edition pre-orders also come with two custom weapons — the AK-12G assault rifle and the Crossbow-B2 — as well as the “Advanced Arsenal” bonus, which includes the Bullet Brass exeskeleton (a cosmetic unlock) and the EM1 Quantum directed energy weapon (one of Advanced Warfare‘s new laser beam-like firearms).

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