Call of Duty: Ghosts to be shown at next Xbox event May 21st

Microsoft may be showing the next Xbox game console at its Redmond, Washington headquarters for the first time in public on May 21st, but now we know at least one of the games that will make its live premiere during the press event.

Activision has confirmed that not only will the next game in the mega popular Call of Duty series will be titles Call of Duty: Ghosts but that it will make its public premiere as part of the next Xbox reveal event. As expected, Infinity Ward, which has been in charge of the Modern Warfare branch of the series. will be developing the new game

Activision has released a teaser trailer which you can see above this post. As you can see, there's no actual gameplay but rather a live action trailer that has a military masks theme. Details about Call of Duty: Ghosts are pretty scarce at the moment, with Activision saying only, "The new title delivers a riveting all-new gameplay experience built on an entirely new story, setting and cast of characters, all powered by a new, next generation Call of Duty engine that redefines the series for the next generation."

The game will be released on November 5th for the PC, PS3 and Xbox 360. It will also be released on "next generation platforms" but its likely that those versions may not be ready by November 5th.

Source: Activision

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More like unfortunately. Ever since they died off with that atrocity COD4 I've all but stopped playing shooters. As a historian, that was the only fun part about the games. All this modern combat is so boring.

You probably pointed out all the mistakes they made in the old war shooters. lol.
I can imagine why you miss those games. quite the experience. same way I feet about the harry potter games.

Eventually they have decided to use a new engine, all they need now is to refocus the gameplay and use dedicated servers to fix the lag. Only then might I consider buying it.

if they bump the PC version back up to 64 players then i'll buy COD again until then, I won't touch it. So many fond memories of 64 player mayhem in COD 4.