Tesco lists Call of Duty: Ghosts, box art included
posted on 04.24.13 at 10:57 AM EST by (@salromano)
Modern Warfare spin-off set for May 1 reveal?

Last month, a rumor claimed the next Call of Duty would be Call of Duty: Ghosts, a future-set spin-off to the Modern Warfare series. Today, retailer Tesco went live with listings and box art for a game of the same title.

The rumor claimed a reveal was set for May 1. Stay tuned.

Thanks, NeoGAF.

  • DesmaX

    Of course. They normally just use one artwork for the whole game

  • Raiyu

    That box art looks fan made

  • Lelouch Vi Britannia

    DEATH TO COD, IT’S AN INDUSTRY RUINING GAME.

    • Luna Kazemaru

      Laughing at you right now.

    • celebrinando

      COD, inovative or not is the best selling game EVERY year. More than 25 millions copies sold EVERY year, bought by all types of people and gamers. Inovative or not, people like it and THIS is what matter. If you don’t like, don’t play, don’t buy, YOU ARE FREE TO MAKE A CHOICE, but I know that the new COD will be another success blockbuster, like you or not. COD sells millions year after year, are people tired? More success, More haters! When a game (or anything) turn into a blockbuster it sadly happens. Even GTA IV have many haters that complain about the “lost of the fun factor”. They not respect.

      Look at Resident Evil 6 for exemple, all people played a long demo before decide to buy the game, and the game sold well (not 6 millions, but 5, 4 only in its first week), but if you see the comments you will see hate.

      And they knew EXACTLY how the game would be. Nobody who hates a demo, will choose to buy the final product. Naturally RE6 is much better than its demo, which at least makes COMPLETELY clear ALL aspects of the game, NOBODY bought RE6 being fooled by Capcom. Of course the ultimate experience with the game is different from the experience gained with demos, gameplay videos and trailers, but not enough to change the essence of the game. Hardly nowadays, people buy a game without knowing what to expect from him. May displease one or another element, but is impossible to have big surprises about the content of the product. People know exactly what they’re buying, and buy because they like the proposal.

      Can you see the hypocrisy? It is internet.

      Human beings are jealous and think that the world revolves around their personal taste. If you hate COD now, ok, go find another game for you play and leave we fans alone! It is not about great sales = great game, but is about what people like, about WHAT IS GREAT TO THE PEOPLE that buy the game. This is the point.

      And for haters that say that “Only kids play COD”, you are deadly wrong with this prejudice. Just take a look at line at launch events and on COD facebook page. They are adults and COD fans. Do you know what is 25 millions of copies? This is 20 x more copies sold than Bioshock Infinite for example. What this say? When a game sells this much, it has all types of public, girls, adults, teens, gays, olds…this is massive popular, like you or not. REMEMBER THIS: “Good” or “Bad” is all about personal taste. Just RESPECT! @gamesreflexoes

  • Adol Christin

    Even though I really don’t like the series, I have to give COD credit. Year after year, they defy all naysayers and set record sales.

  • Solomon_Kano

    PS360? That means no new engine. Booo!

    • DrForbidden

      To be honest, what exactly would a new engine bring to the table? Better particles in explosions? Better ragdolls from enemies after they get killed? For ‘realistic shooters’ games like CoD, newer and better engines are most probably wasted. At least with games like the Bioshock and Borderlands franchise, there are a lot of cool powers and interesting effects that can make use of better engines, but when it’s the same old stuff from a CoD game, it’s largely pointless.

      • Solomon_Kano

        Exactly what you said at the beginning. Better particle effects, volumetric smoke rendering, tesselation, improved physics, and — the big one COD’s been missing — destructible environs. Among other things. I see no point in all of this emphasis on how they utilize mo-cap for each new COD if the rest of the games’ visual representation doesn’t evolve accordingly.

        To be clear, this is merely what I expect from COD moving next-gen. It’s fine as it is on PS3/360 and isn’t necessary to them moving forward, but the games could do with a visual bump. The gameplay will remain largely unchanged apart from what effects destructible environments bring, but updated visuals around that core would be nice. Battlefield’s continued to advance in that regard, COD may as well step up too.

  • Aldridge517

    The COD countdown starts again.

  • http://blacksitepsu.deviantart.com/ BlacksitePSU

    Looks like they took it down from their site.

  • Lelouch Vi Britannia

    Whatever think what you want. In my opinion the last good game for COD was MW1. I lost interest after that.

  • Prodigy-X

    Much as I hate the COD series I might get this. Ghost looks like he has a really good back story.

  • artemisthemp

    CoD: Ghost, so even Activision want Call of Duty to die

  • http://Xcite79.1up.com/ Keegs79

    I only like when its full on in the future or modern. I don’t like this in-between crap like Black Ops 2.