Like past installments in this generation’s biggest game franchise, Call of Duty: Ghosts will be multi-platform, but during the Xbox One reveal it was confirmed that Microsoft’s console will be getting DLC first. That’s unsurprising, seeing as Activision and Microsoft have struck similar deals with previous Call of Duty games. If you like your explosions next-gen, you’re going to love the trailer I have waiting for you after the break.
It’s not quite as pretty as I would have expected. I think it’s safe to say Battlefield 4 is ahead of it visually, but when it comes to dog mo-cap technology, Ghosts is really second to none.
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