Seriously, it’s only a matter of time before Activision commissions Treyarch or Infinity Ward to put in gun fights on mars. In the single-player trailer for Call of Duty Ghosts, we see a space station become a choke point for the titular heroes called Ghosts followed with shots of ensuing environments to explore. Additionally, the canine of Riley, makes an appearance and makes an impression on the opposition.
As noticed by now or eons ago, Call of Duty hasn’t lost their touch in spectacle and scenery. Mix with the overt patriotism and destruction, the first person shooter giant stands tall again, even if logic (guns don’t fire in space) doesn’t exist.
Call of Duty Ghosts launches November 5th on the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, Wii U, and PC. Followed with its next-gen support on both the Xbox One’s (November 22nd) and PlayStation 4’s (November 15th) release.