The History Of Call Of Duty Pt 9 Cod Ghosts

The History Of Call Of Duty: Pt 9 Cod Ghosts

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The History Of Call Of Duty Cod Ghosts    

Call Of Duty: Ghosts, 2013, PC, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, Nintendo Wii U

Call Of Duty Ghosts was Infinity Wards turn once again to show what they can do. This was the tenth game in the series and it was also the most mass released COD game at the time as it was available for nearly anything that could play a game!

The story in Call Of Duty Ghosts was pretty awesome. Set in an alternative timeline where The Federation (a group of South American nations) become a super power and invade American soil. It is up to a special team of elite soldiers called Ghosts to put things right. The settings (including space) were just fantastic and it really was a lot of fun to play through.

Call Of Duty Ghosts had plenty of fun multiplayer modes, but the one that is really worth talking about is Extinction. Extinction was Infinity Ward’s answer to Zombies. The idea here though was that these ancient creatures called Cryptids had been unearthed and are now wreaking havoc! The mode was a lot of fun and actually had a pretty cool sci-fi story running alongside it. So while you were killing wave after wave of enemies, it felt like there was a point to it all.

Call Of Duty Ghosts may not have sold as well as the previous year’s Black Ops II, but it still sold close to 20 million copies. It is not one of the more memorable games in the series, but there is still a lot of fun to be had here. 

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