Call of Duty: Ghosts (PC - Steam) £3.49 on CDKeys
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Call of Duty: Ghosts (PC - Steam) £3.49 on CDKeys

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Found 18th May
Haven’t played a COD online since World at War on the 360 so have no comments there but the single player campaign is well worth £3.49... but will we get a sequel?

Call of Duty: Ghosts is an extraordinary step forward for one of the largest entertainment franchises of all-time. This new chapter in the Call of Duty® franchise features a new dynamic where players are on the side of a crippled nation fighting not for freedom, or liberty, but simply to survive.

Fueling this all new Call of Duty experience, the franchise’s new next-gen engine delivers stunning levels of immersion and performance, all while maintaining the speed and fluidity of 60 frames-per-second across all platforms.

The Call of Duty: Ghosts dynamic multiplayer map Free Fall takes place in a shattered skyscraper that has been snapped in half and is wedged against the adjacent building. This unique map provides an upturned playground of high-altitude action, creating some unique gameplay opportunities for players. Sideways staircases climb into the night sky and the building’s glass windows have become a see-through floor separating you from the streets, hundreds of feet below.

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deleted193812718th May

Who plays call of duty boring now better games out there


I guess Call of Duty went out of style with punctuation?
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deleted1938127
Who plays call of duty boring now better games out there
deleted193812718th May

Who plays call of duty boring now better games out there


I guess it depends which one you're referring to. World at War is an all time favourite of mine (you did right @EugeneVictorTooms stopping there) and I'd absolutely love a decent remake / sequel for it. I haven't played much since then to be honest, although I know there's those that love it.

I had a brief moment on WWII but the maps were a little contained for me in terms of Battlefield 1. There are loads of people that rate Call of Duty, and at £3.49 I guess even more so. I haven't played it but I've heard the campaign is above average, which I guess covers its cost

On a side note, I had no interest in BLOPS4, but after the Blackout announcement...I. Am. In
deleted193812718th May

Who plays call of duty boring now better games out there


I guess Call of Duty went out of style with punctuation?
deleted193812718th May

Who plays call of duty boring now better games out there


Nintendo games aren't available on steam though...
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Amazing game in my opinion, loved the campaign. Mainly played extinction though. Hope they bring that back in another game. Heat from me mate.
deleted193812718th May

Who plays call of duty boring now better games out there


That's the thing about games, music and films, it's all subjective.
BuzzDuraband2 h, 23 m ago

I guess it depends which one you're referring to. World at War is an all …I guess it depends which one you're referring to. World at War is an all time favourite of mine (you did right @EugeneVictorTooms stopping there) and I'd absolutely love a decent remake / sequel for it. I haven't played much since then to be honest, although I know there's those that love it.I had a brief moment on WWII but the maps were a little contained for me in terms of Battlefield 1. There are loads of people that rate Call of Duty, and at £3.49 I guess even more so. I haven't played it but I've heard the campaign is above average, which I guess covers its cost On a side note, I had no interest in BLOPS4, but after the Blackout announcement...I. Am. In


Agree Buzz, World at War was my favourite Call of Duty by a country mile and I’d love to see it appear on the current generation of hardware. I usually pick up a Call of Duty game a year or two after release and just for the single player campaign, waiting to see WWII at a price cheap enough to justify a purchase... Maybe in a few years I’ll pick it up for £3.49... who knows I was hoping to see a World at War remaster with WWII like we’d seen the year before with MW1 but alas
Ordered thanks OP.
EugeneVictorTooms1 h, 25 m ago

Agree Buzz, World at War was my favourite Call of Duty by a country mile …Agree Buzz, World at War was my favourite Call of Duty by a country mile and I’d love to see it appear on the current generation of hardware. I usually pick up a Call of Duty game a year or two after release and just for the single player campaign, waiting to see WWII at a price cheap enough to justify a purchase... Maybe in a few years I’ll pick it up for £3.49... who knows I was hoping to see a World at War remaster with WWII like we’d seen the year before with MW1 but alas


I also loved the World at War campaign. Felt like a real gritty story, especially the Russian sniper mission, hiding among your dead comrades with Reznov. Also, different game, but the Nazi mission in Black ops, with Reznov's flashback. Thinking about it, it's a shame the new one doesn't have a campaign.

MW2 is my personal favourite, getting a nuke in multiplayer was just a godly feeling.
Time to admit... I still play it... PS4. Great game. I promise to move on to BO4 in October.

In fact, if anyone has a good pre-order for the all singing all dancing version of Black Ops 4, please post it.

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