‘Call Of Duty: Ghosts’ Multiplayer Gameplay And Details Revealed [Video]
Call Of Duty: Ghosts multiplayer gameplay and details have been released.
If you’ve been following the news on Xbox One much at all, you’ve probably heard of Call Of Duty: Ghosts. Well here’s a secret … it’s going to be on PlayStation 4, PS3, Xbox 360, Wii U and PC as well, but Microsoft probably didn’t want you thinking of that.
During today’s Call Of Duty: Ghosts live broadcast, several details were released about the multiplayer aspects of the shooter that lets you command a dog in single-player battle.
The environments you fight in will be destructible, in that bullets will actually cause damage, and explosives will actually destroy walls. You might want to rethink your cover tactics in that case. Camping will be a thing of the past, in other words.
Speaking of cover, you will be able to peek around corners without poking your head out now, bringing Call Of Duty up there with almost every other shooter out there. No more easy headshots while you wait for campers to come out of hiding.
Squad-based gameplay might eliminate the Rambo types who just run in on enemy territory. Yup, Leroy Jenkins’ classic World Of Warcraft shenanigans won’t work so well this time around. Then again, did they ever?
Call Of Duty: Ghosts will allow you to play as a woman. Yes, it’s weird that this would be news these days, but so far, most shooters have kept the roster all male. We can almost picture the YouTube gameplay video jokes now as the annoying types start making sex jokes. Thankfully Xbox Live will eventually filter those players out of the serious games, as previously reported by The Inquisitr.
Infinity Ward Reveals A Wealth Of Multiplayer Improvements – Call of Duty: Ghosts http://t.co/vDGynl3Saa
— Game Informer (@gameinformer) August 14, 2013
In general, you can expect Call Of Duty: Ghosts to be more aggressive than ever as the game eliminates the effectiveness of cheaper tactics. Oh, and did we mention you can customize your soldier?The audio will be louder and more realistic on next-gen consoles, so when you slap a new cartridge into your semi-auto rifle, it won’t sound so much like a plastic toy, and more like your next license to kick some ass.
What do you think of the multiplayer gameplay and details from Call Of Duty: Ghosts?