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It should come to no one's surprise that the annual Call of Duty game has just been officially announced. Rumored to be called "Ghosts" for the last several weeks, the rumors proved to be true today as Activision and Infinity Ward released a short teaser trailer that basically announces the game's existence.
And well, that's pretty much it for information on the title right now. The few other things known is that it has a brand new engine designed to take advantage of the new consoles, and the first gameplay footage of the game is set to be shown off at Microsoft's big "coming-out" party on May 21st. Honestly from a consumer perspective, pinning this with the new Xbox reveal is an extremely smart idea, as more people play the Call of Duty games on Xbox 360 than they do on Playstation 3, but are we really in need of yet another game in this staggering franchise? I enjoyed the things Black Ops 2 brought to the table, but at the end of the day, it was another Call of Duty. I applaud Infinity Ward for not going the safe direction and making Modern Warfare 4, but time will tell as to exactly what else will be shown by this.
As of now, Call of Duty: Ghosts is expected to release on November 5th for all current systems, and next gen systems. It poses the obvious question: are we launching a brand new system along side a new Call of Duty? That is very possible.