Call of Duty: Ghosts multiplayer to be revealed online August 14

Tuesday, 30th July 2013 19:26 GMT By Stephany Nunneley

The public will be given the first, live look at Call of Duty: Ghosts multiplayer on Wednesday, August 14 on the official website. Infinity Ward will offer up the first details on what everyone can expect this fall and will go in-depth on all things multiplayer as well as several world premiere announcements It all goes down at 10:30am PDT/2.30pm EDT.



  1. Lengendaryboss

    Hmmm so is it rinse and repeat or is it rinse and repeat doggie edition?

    #1 1 year ago
  2. bradk825

    This is going to be the deciding factor for a lot of people. I am looking forward to a glimpse at the dynamic maps and how dynamic they are. The way they’ve hyped it, it’ll have to be a lot more involved than blast doors closing or a rocket taking off. Don’t get me wrong, that was pretty cool 3 installments ago, but it’s time for something really big.

    #2 1 year ago
  3. Kieran

    @2 yea i agree its gonna have to be very impressive by battlefield 4 showing !!! somehow i think its gonna be a step up but nowhere near as good as their making it out be

    #3 1 year ago
  4. Mjorh

    Who gives a shit ?! when there is a fantastic multiplayer game like Battlefield4 out there , i really don’t think CODG has got a chance!

    #4 1 year ago
  5. Linuxul19

    Battlefield 4 > COD

    #5 1 year ago
  6. Lord God King

    Will there be any fucks given that day too???

    #6 1 year ago
  7. bradk825

    LOL @ the fanboys. Have you seen the pre-order stats?

    1 COD
    2 Watchdogs
    3 GTA
    4 BF4

    There are 2 other games besides COD outselling BF4. They do certainly keep claiming to be the better game, and for those who prefer it, it certainly is, but you can’t say COD “doesn’t stand a chance” when it’s still projected to be the top selling game of the year, leaving BF4 in the dust, while two other games that are not even direct competitors are ALSO leaving it in the dust.

    It’s like saying Pepsi > Coke. For those who prefer it, absolutely, but that doesn’t change the fact that Coke and Diet Coke are first and second in sales, and regular Pepsi is third.

    #7 1 year ago
  8. Lord God King


    The reason COD is so popular is because it is so easy, that’s why there’s so many shitkids on COD. And you don’t have to rely on team play, mostly. BF is the opposite of that. The advantage COD had though was the stable 60 FPS on current-gen consoles. On next-gen, however, BF4 will also have 60FPS. Current-gen could only manage 30FPS on BF3. I see no reason for buying COD on next-gen. You’re going to see the sales of COD dive in the future.

    #8 1 year ago
  9. bradk825

    @8 “easy” is relative to who else is in the lobby. Team play does matter, because when you play alone on a team full of turds you get stomped and lose the game. I know those are the popular arguments, but they are kind of silly. Anyway, I don’t care if someone prefers BF over COD, but I just think it’s silly to go to a COD article and hate on it and make these statements, when if you’re going to be a BF fanboy you’re currently losing that war.

    If you don’t like COD don’t play it. You don’t have to try to spoil the fun and anticipation for those who do in order to make BF more fun for you somehow.

    I think BF4 looks awesome and eventually I’ll play it, I just think if the fanboys are going to come out with their silliness it’s fair game to point out to them they’re getting stomped right now.

    If we’re making comparisons, I think destructable environments and dynamic maps sound like two completely different mechanics, and there will be some larger differences between the two this time around.

    #9 1 year ago
  10. Lord God King

    I’m not a BF fanboy, and i thought COD was awesome all the way to MW2. It got kinda boring when they kept using the same recipe since COD 4. You can come with the argument that “if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it”, but that’s not the issue here. My point is that it feels like the same over and over and over when the next COD come out.

    The problem is that Activision has been pushing the developers to get a yearly release in the franchise, which is noticable. It has clearly become a money-making franchise for Activision. It doesn’t feel like the developers put their hearts into to it when they make their games.

    Just look at Rockstar Games. When you play a game from Rockstar, you can see the hard work they have put into it. The quality. I know they don’t make the same games but you get the point. I mean c’mon, they bragged about COD Ghost having fish that can move out of the way, when that already existed on Super Mario 64.

    Don’t get me wrong, COD has awesome campaign stories and soundtrack (especially MW2 with Hans Zimmer as composer), with great directors and composers. It’s just that I don’t think it’s worth the game just for the campaign. Not a huge fan of the multiplayer. I thought the BF3 campaign sucked btw.

    And yes, that thing with dynamic maps sounds kinda cool :)

    #10 1 year ago
  11. ChunkyLover112

    Lool, this game is going to fail so hard! More and more pre orders are getting cancelled each day. BF4 will crap all over this piece of shit. You’ll see.

    #11 1 year ago
  12. bradk825

    @10, I believe you that YOU are not a fanboy, but did you read comments 4, 5 and now 11? They certainly deserved to have the pre-order numbers rubbed in their faces.

    Anyway, it’s understandable that not everyone is still on board for a revised version of CoD each year, but that doesn’t take anything away from the fact that many do, and many are looking forward to Ghosts. Some analysts have predicted that this will be the year that the previous installment outsells the current, but even then, it’s projected to sell bigger than anything else.

    Sidenote on Rockstar: Not sure about GTA V but the last two installments were not fun for me. The “hard work” was “let’s add parachutes to GTA 3 this time and we’ll call in San Andreas.”

    #12 1 year ago
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    #13 1 year ago

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