The lights are on
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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Haha, I do have to admit the fountains of bullets at the end was cool, as a homage to the actual place.
This is probably my least favorite of all of the CoD commercials. Regardless, I'm looking forward to it. I know it's not for everybody and I know it can be repetitive at times, but my thoughts are that if your system isn't broken, don't fix it. As long as I'm capable of having fun playing CoD I don't mind.
I'm really losing interest in CoD, but I did enjoy that commercial.
I love these live action trailers for COD, but this one doesn't have as much appeal as the last few years. I still think the noob/vet for MW3 was the best
Guns in space don't work. Bullets can't fire without oxygen, unless they're like those non-oxygen guns from Sean Connery's Outland.
The Live action commercials are always a laugh. Besides who wouldn't want to go on a shootout with you best friends and your dog, and you can say what you want but Foxx is an 8 at the very least visually. All jokes aside.
I actually see this commercial diminishing some of their fanbase, as the scene with Megan Fox suggests COD players are unfamiliar with those of the opposite sex (girls). ...Ouch!
Yeah, they should have put a bit more thought into this commercial before releasing it