Jump to Main ContentJump to Primary Navigation
Top

Call of Duty drops new gameplay trailer

cod.jpg
cod2.jpg

Pew pew pew. Kaboom. Ack ack ack ack. These are the sounds that will consume our immediate attention from 5 November, when Call of Duty: Ghosts abseils down our wall and crashes into our livingroom.

The latest trailer for Infinity Ward's time consumer nods toward some of the frantic action you'll be able to experience in its single player missions. Pretty much everything seems to instantly catch fire as soon as you walk past it, from space ships to giant trains. There's even a friendly pack of wolves to play with.

Will Call of Duty: Ghosts be at the top of your Christmas list, or are you falling into the Battlefield 4 camp? Let us know in the comments below.



(Images: Activision)

Related

okami.jpg

8 biggest gaming flops

streethero.jpg

Street photography of GTA V

bat-3.jpg

Batman gets more trailers

Comments

More

How well do you remember the 'Crash Bandicoot' games?

Wind back that clock to happier times

by Matt Tate
21 Jun 2017

There is a Theresa May fields of wheat game and it's pretty naughty

It's also really addictive

by Matt Tate
21 Jun 2017

10 great E3 games you can play in 2017

So much good stuff, not long to wait

by Matt Tate
16 Jun 2017

Super Mario Odyssey co-op lets second player control Mario's magic cap

Because this game wasn't ridiculous enough already

16 Jun 2017

5 intriguing E3 games you might have missed

Don't let any of these pass you by

by Matt Tate
15 Jun 2017

11 must-see trailers from this year's E3

So much gaming goodness

by Matt Tate
14 Jun 2017

Everything you need to know about Nintendo's E3 showcase

It's-a-him!

by Matt Tate
13 Jun 2017

Sony at E3 2017: your essential recap

With great power comes great responsibility

by Matt Tate
13 Jun 2017

Everything you need to know about Ubisoft's E3 press conference

It's fair to say the crowd enjoyed that

by Matt Tate
12 Jun 2017

The biggest announcements from Bethesda's E3 press conference

All coming this year

by Matt Tate
12 Jun 2017