The lights are on
Game Informer's Dan Ryckert was lucky enough to play hours and hours of Call of Duty: Ghosts at this week's special multiplayer unveiling in Los Angeles. After a couple of matches, we rounded up Mitch Dyer from IGN and (the extraordinarily young) Alex Rubens from Gank Report to discuss and debate the new game's changes to multiplayer on the same stage where it was unveiled. We were able to capture direct feed of our play sessions, so the footage from the video preview is new and unique. To learn more about what Call of Duty: Ghosts adds to multiplayer, click here to read our full preview.
Watch the video below to learn what the three think of multiplayer in Call of Duty: Ghosts and what fans can expect to play this November.
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Personally, Last time i had fun was Black ops 1, All I have to say is that its okay for a game now, but its not exciting anymore or worth the 60$
This looks like every other COD game and I completely agree about putting my controller down and taking myself out of the game to launch an app to customize a class sounds like the dumbest ideal.