Activision took up a lot of time at the Xbox event yesterday, enough to make some fans believe Call of Duty was going completely Xbox. Infinity Ward decided to hit Twitter just to make sure gamers knew the new game, Ghosts, was coming to PS4.
Call of Duty: Ghosts will also be coming to PS3, Xbox 360 and PC, but there is no signal of a Wii U launch. This goes against previous concepts that Activision would include Wii U in the line up of launch consoles.
Many had mixed reviews on the Xbox event and we can see why Infinity Ward may want to clear up any rumours they were going Xbox One exclusive, although they will launch DLC content on Xbox One first.
Call of Duty: Ghosts was shown off at the end of the Xbox Event and Activision made a big meal of the time they had, showing the new engine, delving into the power of a good story and showing the dynamic maps created in multiplayer.
One of the best things Activision announced was the new engine, since Call of Duty 4 the company has kept the same engine for all their Call of Duty games and this meant no dynamic maps or powerful animation.
Activision have went into a lot of depth about the design and improvements of the engine, they have even made sure the fish swim out of the way when the user brushes past them underwater.
We expect Call of Duty: Ghosts will be at E3 with a huge new feature roll, this is only the beginning of the hype for a blockbuster November launch, with the two next generation consoles coming at the same time.
An early look at Call of Duty: Ghosts, the next edition in the ever expanding series by Activision, has been shown off on popular iOS app Vine early today.
The six second action packed development trailer shows some interesting shots of the half build version of the game, set for release in November 5 this year.
Activision is preparing to show off some early parts of the game at the Xbox reveal this week, May 21. The game will also be on Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, Wii U, PC and “next generation consoles”, which we assume will be PlayStation and Xbox.
Call of Duty: Ghosts will bring a new story, setting and cast, much needed with the long running Modern Warfare series. Treyarch may follow the same path with their next title.