Activition Changes Modern Warfare with Ghost; New Story and Characters

For the fans of Activisions’ Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, the game maker will reportedly change the title of the sequel from “Modern Warfare” to “Ghost”.

Wednesday, the popular game publisher announced that the next part of the very successful “Call of Duty” sequel will be called the “Call of Duty: Ghost”. The publisher promised new characters, new story, and a lot more action. And we expect a much more stunning effects, graphics and movement improvements.

The game company, Activision Blizzard Inc., stated that the next part of the installment will be rolled out for Xbox 360, Playstation 3, PC and next-generation consoles on November 5.

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Call of Duty: Ghost will still be developed by the Encino, California-based studio, Infinity Ward, who originally created the Call of Duty game series. COD: Modern Warfare was rolled out in November 2007, Modern Warfare 2 then followed in November 2009, and Modern Warfare 3 in November 2011. We can surely say that the November release in this year will never fail.

According to CEO Eric Hirshberg of Activision Publishing, COD: Ghost will have a new story, new character, and a whole new world powered with the next-gen COD engine. “Infinity Ward is going all-in to create the next generation of ‘Call of Duty’ worthy of the world’s greatest fans.” he added.

Since the game’s release until today, the success is just unparalleled. COD: Black Ops II reached $1 billion sales in just 15 days and COD: Modern Warfare 3 crossed $1 billion sales in just 16 days.