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Call of Duty drops new gameplay trailer

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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)

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