A Gamer Plays 'Call Of Duty: Advanced Warfare' On An Xbox One
IN PHOTO: A gamer plays "Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare" on an Xbox One console during the Xbox Play Day 2014, before the Gamescom 2014 fair in Cologne August 12, 2014. The Gamescom convention, Europe's largest video games trade fair, is opened to the public from August 14 to 17. Reuters/Wolfgang Rattay

Over the weekend, "Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare" players were supposed to enjoy the double XP event with the new sniper-focused multiplayer mode One Shot. The mode is an interesting addition-it not only features lowered health for all players from five classes, as well as the assignment of just the use of the MORS, a railgun sniper.

The mode has been designed with "Call of Duty" professional player NaDeSHoT's inputs. What makes it interesting is that it will be a mode exclusively for snipers only. Sledgehammer Games explains in their official blog that the game mode is a testing ground to see the extent of the skill of snipers in "Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare."

The five classes featured in One Shot include Hard Scope, Zoomed, 4X, Ace and Irons. Shots are your life in the mode, as there are no secondary weapons. According to GameSpot, given the network issues that have plagued both the PlayStation Network and Xbox Live, there's a possibility that an extension will be made for the event. Best to wait for announcements from the developer regarding the extension, but players originally still have until today to try out the One Shot mode,

For those looking forward to what "Call of Duty Online" will become, a new trailer has surfaced teasing the title. But more than that, a familiar face is also seen-none other than Captain America himself, Chris Evans.

The video, seen below, shows Evans taking on the role of a soldier. He is fighting alongside other Asian soldiers in the trailer, before aiming a bazooka. Lastly, the trailer has teased the date Jan 11 for the revelation of the title.

"Call of Duty Online" has been created as publisher Activision's way of tapping the Chinese market. According to Polygon, the title is a way to understand the market, as well as offer them a chance to appreciate aim own sight, a feature that Chinese players reportedly don't use at all.

Interestingly, the way players in China view game mode and mechanics are different. Case in point, the source cites the common practice of collecting dogtags for the Kill Confirmed mode. While most players would instinctively collect the loot from the fallen, those in China would reportedly avoid getting them. In addition, there are some restrictions that the developer has to worked with, such as the replacement of the zombie modes with cyborgs, as the Chinese government view zombies as a taboo subject.

"Call of Duty Online" is slated to hold an open beta, which could be the reason for the teaser trailer with Evans. Hopefully, when it arrives into the Chinese territory, it will be in an investment into the market that it has shaped the franchise over.

"Call of Duty Online" Featuring Chris Evans (Credit: YouTube/Pyonic)

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