Call of Duty: Ghosts footage revealed in new clip, looks very much in-development


Call of Duty: Ghosts is out now; here’s our Call of Duty: Ghosts review.

Oh my friends, I’ve just had a terrible fright. There I was, sat diligently at my desk, when I spotted a long-missing box on my games shelf – that of the original Call of Duty. No sooner had I noted the ectoplasm betwixt its pages than that deathly spook plunged straight into my chest, leaving me wracked with the existential cold Hollywood tells us to feel when a ghost goes through us.

All in all, a rubbish way to start the day. But I did get six images from the development of Infinity Ward’s Call of Duty: Ghosts for my trouble. Wanna see?

Wow, that flew by pretty fast, huh? Here are those six images again:

  1. A pale landscape, littered with what look like birdcages. Off to the left, there’s a building with a big, faux-Greek facade. A bank? It looks like something from BioShock Infinite’s Soldiers’ Field.
  2. Protective gear specialists in the US military mock up the fishnet balaclava, the protective qualities of which are strictly classified.
  3. Two soldiermen rock the full-body fishnet onesie in the field.
  4. One man and his sniper rifle.
  5. An excitable church(?) splurges green gunk over everything.
  6. Another fishnet-suited fella trudges through the blood-red flora of that alien world from the opening scene of Star Trek Into Darkness.

Call of Duty: Ghosts is due out on November 5, which is quite soon. But I shouldn’t worry – it looks like Infinity Ward have only got the colouring-in left to do. Expect to see more of it on Tuesday May 21, when Microsoft uncloak their new Xbox.

Thanks, Polygon.