New Call of Duty: Ghosts trailer shows off the game’s single player campaign
Infinity Ward has today released the single player campaign trailer for Call of Duty: Ghosts. The trailer explains why the US is in such a bad situation.
While the trailer explains why the USA is in a bad situation it doesn’t really state who the enemy is in the game. The closest we get to an answer in the trailer is the line “Our new enemies advanced from south of the equator”. Well from the sound of things I think we can rule out Russia, but for some reason I feel Infinity Ward will find a reason to somehow put Russia into the game.
There is one major bugbear I have with the trailer and that is at the start where someone uses the United States own space based missile system on the US. Now I know Call of Duty isn’t exactly realistic, but how did the US manage to get a satellite loaded with missiles into space? I know it is practically possible, but I could list several international violations and reasons why the US in real life wouldn’t put something like that in space (well they might have thought about it during the Cold War).
Apart from that bugbear, the trailer doesn’t really sell me on the game. I know people buy this series for the multiplayer, but I am not a fan of multiplayer, and as such I buy and play my games for the single player campaign experience. I guess I’m just not the intended target audience for this game.
Call of Duty: Ghosts will be available for the Wii U, PlayStation 3, PC and Xbox 360 on November 5th. The game will also be available for Xbox One and PlayStation 4 at a later date.
Author: Aaron Meehan
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