Call of Duty 10
Sean Gibson / May 5th, 2013 No Comments
For the characters and setting of Call of Duty 10, the single player campaign will feature a new storyline, setting and cast. There are no confirmed characters or voice actors for the game, but it has been verified that the single player mode will sport a brand new, next-gen Call of Duty engine.
[adsense336itp]Call of Duty 10 was first announced on February 7, 2013 and at the time, Activision did state that the game would be released in Q4, 2013. After analyzing historical releases of the 10 Call of Duty games that have been released or announced, it’s a safe bet that Call of Duty: Ghosts will be released in October 2013. Infinity Ward, the development team behind this edition of COD, has stated that while the industry might have been expecting “Modern Warfare 4” they decided not to rest on their laurels and saw the console transition (all but confirming the game will be on PS4 and Xbox 720) as the ideal time to begin anew with a brand new chapter for Call of Duty 10. It’s been confirmed by Mark Rubin, Executive Producer of Infinity Ward, that Call of Duty 10 will have a new sub-brand, new ideas, new experiences and a brand new engine.
This answers the question previously stated in Ryan Bloom’s article, Call of Duty Ghosts: Will it be Next Gen?
The official announcement for the game was on April 29, 2013 when Call of Duty: Ghosts was officially announced. Now that we know the identity behind what many were previously calling Call of Duty 10, Ghosts has been a huge trending topic on various social media outlets. The teaser for the game was titled “Masks Warriors” and featured a skull mask, also featured via the YouTube page. It has also been announced that Call of Duty 10, now known as Call of Duty: Ghosts, will be featured at the Xbox Reveal event on May 21st, all but cementing the fact that the game will debut on the new system.
If the Xbox Reveal event goes anything like the previous Sony reveal event for the PlayStation 4, gamers can fully expect to see in-game action during the announcement. For the first time, gamers will see Microsoft’s next generation hardware in addition to seeing the next-generation COD game engine. It’ll be a must watch for Call of Duty fans.
For more information about Call of Duty 10, or better known as Call of Duty: Ghosts from Activision, stay tuned right here to Gaming Illustrated.
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