Call of Duty: Ghosts teased ahead of May 21 reveal
posted on 05.19.13 at 06:37 PM EDT by (@salromano)
"See it live at the new generation Xbox reveal."

Activision and Infinity Ward are teasing Call of Duty: Ghosts ahead of its full-blown reveal Tuesday at the next-gen Xbox reveal conference.

The short clip shows heads, help, sniping, and walking in however many polygons you can count. Watch it below.

  • SystemLimbic

    i just had to laugh

  • Noctionus

    No Wii U version?

    • bloodiOS

      Activision must be thinking that porting games to a system that doesn’t sell simply isn’t a very profitable approach. Wii U should just rely on price-cut and its own exclusives to make it big at this point (much like how the Vita was.) It’s too bad that the most interesting exclusives from Nintendo seems to all be sitting in the lap of the 3DS.

    • SystemLimbic

      Ghosts is a farewell current gen game, i think wii u is going to get blops 3

      • http://twitter.com/Nates4Christ Nate

        That’s the problem. Wii U is current gen graphics.

        • SystemLimbic

          they are going to water down like all the previous ones

          • http://twitter.com/Nates4Christ Nate

            You’re probably right. But they need more people to have a system for them to do that first.

            • SystemLimbic

              Who knows. Did they release blops 2 on Wii?

              • $18114340

                They did; it was a launch title on the Wii U. Ghosts, however, is purported to be running an all-new engine. They’re probably tailoring it for next-gen systems, which in non-marketing-speak means that they probably didn’t consider the Wii U at all given its lackluster sales and the common perception that it isn’t “next gen”.

                Even though Black Ops 2 was released on the Wii U, Activision doesn’t seem too keen on supporting it. If I recall correctly, the shoutcasting features don’t work, the game is generally missing some things that the other versions have, and I don’t think it’s getting a lot of the DLC. EA and Acti have jumped ship. I’d say “good riddance”, but for some reason the support of these two companies might be seen as important to the health of a system.

  • jujubee88

    David Cage.