Revisiting Call of Duty Ghosts

Revisiting Call of Duty Ghosts

Sure it is not one of the most popular games in the Call of Duty series, but today I thought I would go back in time and look at Call of Duty Ghosts. I actually spent a few hours playing this over the weekend so my thoughts are fresh as well as a little nostalgic.

Let me start by saying that I was all in with Call of Duty Ghosts! This along with Killzone Shadow Fall were the two main games that I was excited for when the PlayStation 4 launched. I could not wait to see what next gen Call of Duty would be like. So the hype I had for this game was unreal.

At the time I loved it and the thumbsticks on my launch PS 4 gave out and I attribute a huge part of that to Ghosts! The campaign is the weakest part of it for me, actually, I would go as far to say that this is one of the weaker campaigns in the history of Call of Duty.

However the multiplayer was as solid as ever and I really do think that Infinity Ward did a great job. Let’s remember they were the first developer who had to have one eye on the PS3 and Xbox 360 as well as the PS4 and Xbox One! This could not have been easy.

Instead of Zombies, we had Extinction. I actually played this for the first time in years over the weekend and I had a blast. Fighting off aliens is really cool and this is something that I wish another developer would take a stab as. I forgot how much fun this mode was, actually at the time the game came out I did not spend a ton of time with it. However, playing it for a few hours this weekend really made me enjoy and appreciate the mode more.

I think that Call of Duty Ghosts is a bit underappreciated when it comes to COD games. Many people just think of the lackluster campaign and paint the rest of the game with that brush. Which is very unfair as the rest of the game is actually a lot of fun.

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