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It's been a tradition over the last few years to release live-action trailers with random celebrity cameos alongside Call of Duty and Ghosts is no exception.
Last year Robert Downey Jr. made an appearance in a Guy Ritchie directed Call of Duty: Black Ops II commercial. The year before that, Jonah Hill and Sam Worthington hung out together to promote Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3.
This year you'll see real people performing virtual acts of heroics, and Megan Fox makes an appearance for good measure.
Call of Duty: Ghosts is coming to pretty much everything except next-gen consoles on Tuesday, November 5. PlayStation 4 and Xbox One versions of the game will be available in time for the respective console launches.
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They couldn't have picked a worse song for a video game trailer.
This was great. My favorite though is still the one with Kobe Bryant, that made me laught cause you never think of celebs playing video games.