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Ahead of E3, Activision and Infinity Ward have pushed a 30-minute broadcast of the upcoming Call of Duty: Ghosts, offering new insight into the latest edition of the franchise.
The video below is a footage gameplay from Into the Deep showing deep-sea divers while shooting a submarine with a steerable torpedo. The next video, dubbed No Man’s Land, featuring Riley, the dog, which can burst at speed and attack enemies. Watch the trailers below:
Activision has released the first reveal trailer for Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 which you can watch it below.
The sequel is being developed by Treyarch and is set in the future, 2025, but you’ll occasionally be getting back to the land of Predator, Commando, and A-Ha in the mid-80s like Afghanistan.
One interesting point is that unlike previous titles which featured a linear storytelling, the new game will introduce the element of choice that will determine the fate of you or the others around you. Zombies are back and bigger than ever too.The game hits store shelves on November 13, 2012.
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 has broken the franchise’s own sales record by reportedly selling 9.3 million copies in the first 24 hours eliminating its predecessor Call of Duty: Black Ops that sold over 7 million copies in its first 24 hours. MW3 is now the highest selling game of all time.
A reported 1.5 million people queued at midnight globally to get their hands on Modern Warfare 3, with a total of 9.3 million copies sold on the first day. The Xbox 360 version sees around a 54% share, meaning it’s the first game on one platform to pass 5 million on its first day. The PlayStation 3 version held 42%, which is around the 4 million mark. Both day ones are only slightly behind Black Ops entire first week sales. The PC version and the Wii version held the remaining 4%, which is around 370,000 units.
As a whole, Modern Warfare 3 is up 33% over Black Ops’ first day sales, and a whopping 55% up on the previous Modern Warfare. the US and the UK combined account for 7 million, which is just over 75%. According to VGChartz:
Early data suggests first week sales are on course for around 12 to 13.5 million. With just over 87 million Call of Duty games already sold on home consoles and PC this generation, by the end of this week the Call of Duty franchise will have sold over 100 million games this generation.