The lights are on
It's no surprise that Call of Duty: Ghosts will be making the jump to next generation this fall. At yesterday's Xbox One reveal, Activision showed off how much better the next generation title will look.
This video was originally presented on stage by Activision Publishing CEO Eric Hirshberg (whom we had the chance to interview yesterday). If you've heard about "the Call of Duty dog," but haven't yet seen what the buzz is about, now is your chance.
Call of Duty: Ghosts arrives on November 5, 2013 (though not necessarily that early for PS4 and Xbox One).
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I love COD, but I'm just really tired of the yearly games with the exact same formula. I really don't blame them though because people buy it, an it makes them money. Why are try saying about all the graphic advancements, but then release it for also this generation?
CoD Ghosts Dog for Hero of the Year, period.
"Never before seen graphical fidelity."
As a PC gamer, this honestly just isn't very impressive. I understand they need the game to run in 60 fps, but the graphics don't look like it's designed for a next-gen console. It looks like they took last-gen graphics and added some *slightly* better lighting effects.
And even then, the lighting effects aren't that great, as pointed out by @Azurekite619: http://i.imgur.com/QpG784w.jpg
Now watch as we compare two character models that look nothing alike? Can you see the detail?
No, not really.
Stupid ad made me want a headset.
So mediocre graphics of the next generation will be the moderately good graphics of this generation?
I am really looking forward to Call of Duty Ghosts. I really hope the rumors of the dog being voice commanded are true.