- Estimated difficulty: 4/10
- Offline: 49 
- Online: 1  [“Class Warfare”]
- Approximate amount of time to 1000: 15-20 hours
- Minimum number of playthroughs needed: 1
- Number of missable achievements: None [mission select]
- Does difficulty affect achievements: Yes [“Hard Hitter” and “SP Prestige”]
- Do cheat codes disable achievements: No
- Glitchy / unobtainable achievements: No
- Extra equipment needed: No
- Avatar Awards / Gamerpics: No
- Is there DLC available: Yes
- Stackable achievements: Yes. You can play both the Xbox 360 and Xbox One versions and earn 1000G in each version.
- Difficulty: 6/10
- Time to 250: 5+ Hours
- Glitchy/Missable/Unobtainable: None
Thanks to PowerPyx, PS4Trophies, Maka91Productions and 360GameTV for use of their videos.
Special thanks to iNTiMiDaTe xX for writing the base of this guide.
In Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare, you assume the role of Private Jack Mitchell, a marine who is working for the Atlas Corporation. The Atlas Corporation has experienced a meteoric rise to power under the control of its CEO, Jonathan Irons (Kevin Spacey). Originally a mercenary-for-hire company, things changed dramatically when Irons acquired the largest bioengineering R&D firm in the world and spurred the development of advanced soldier exoskeleton technology. Atlas deploys a proprietary combination of state of the art training and advanced military technology, and maintains the largest standing army in the world. With unmatched resources and no citizens to fear, Atlas has changed the face of war and the definition of power, becoming a lethal and effective asset to any country or cause that could afford them.
Step 1 - Campaign Veteran Difficulty:
There are a total of 15 missions in the campaign. Veteran is the hardest difficulty but is not very hard at all, so I recommend that you play your first playthrough on veteran if you want to save time as it is unlocked right from the start and the difficulties stack. Some missions have an achievement for doing something specific during that mission, which are all relatively easy to unlock during your first playthrough if you know what to look for. Take a look to see if there is an achievement for that mission before you play it.
There are three Intel collectables per mission and you can track what you have collected them from the mission select screen. Also something to work on in this step are the Exo challenges. Completing these will earn you points to upgrade your abilities on your Exo suit. As long as you don’t start a new game, your abilities will stay with you throughout your subsequent playthroughs. Refer to “Power Changes Everything” for more information.
Step 2 - Mop Up:
For anything you may have missed during your initial playthrough you can complete here, whether it’s a mission-specific achievement, collecting Intel or killing X with X a certain number of times. Select the mission suggested in the guide for the simplest way to obtain these. If you just need to collect Intel in a mission, after you acquire it, you can just ‘Save and Quit’ as it saves immediately.
You may also need to complete your Exo challenges at this point, specifically the kill requirements. The missions ‘Fission’ and ‘Terminal’ yield a lot of enemies. Just remember, to save your kills, you have to complete the mission.
Playing this step on recruit will make this much easier on you.
Step 3 - Exo-Survival:
Exo-Survival is a game mode in Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare that is very similar to Survival from Modern Warfare 3. In this mode, you fight waves of enemies that get increasingly difficult the longer you play. As you play, you can upgrade your weapons and Exo suit to make it easier on you. The achievements in this mode are not too troublesome to unlock if you are playing with a good team. These can be done solo, but flipping a map twice and surviving the bonus wave will be difficult if you are not playing with others. Play through it and enjoy yourself.
(Full G&RM Found Here)
The four main characters are Oz (John Malkovich), Lilith (Rose McGowan), Decker (Jon Bernthal), and Mr. Kahn (Bill Paxton). The game is based on rounds, with difficulty increasing per round. Players earn credits by killing zombies and reviving other players. Weapons are gotten via the 3D printer throughout the map. Exo upgrades are similar to perks and help you against zombies.
The term "training" is used when a person is using the tactic to gather many zombies together. Most trains go in some type of circle. With the new edition of the exo suit training has become much easier to do because of exo jumping. Some good areas to do it on the new map is at spawn, as well as the room where the exo suit is obtained.
This is one of the easier Call of Duty games to complete. The campaign story and gameplay is one of the better ones in recent years. It is pretty straightforward and the achievements aren’t too challenging. It is reasonable to say that you will unlock most of the campaign achievements in your initial playthrough and only need to replay a few missions to mop up. And by playing Exo Survival with a good team, you’ll have 1000 in this game in no time.