Call of Duty: Ghosts is a step backwards when compared with 2012’s Black Ops 2, the game is also one of the weakest game in the series since 2009’s Modern Warfare 2. The game shows an unwillingness to adapt to changes and presents a real shortage of new ideas.
However, Call of Duty: Ghosts introduces the ability to completely customize the look of the multiplayer avatar, which helps the player to pick from dozens of head and uniform options.
The game also features the ability to play as a female character for the first time in the franchise. Whereas, these customization options have zero impact on the gameplay.
It is now available to download through the Xbox Games Store, which makes the Infinity Ward-developed first-person shooter to be one of the first high-profile games to be available digitally for Xbox 360 day-and-date with the retail version.
Similar to the boxed copy, the downloadable Xbox 360 version of the game is available for $60. The game requires 7.51GB of hard drive space. The game is also available at the PlayStation Store for $60 as part of Sony’s Day 1 Digital campaign.
Call of Duty: Ghosts will also hit Microsoft’s next-generation console as a launch title on November 22. All of the Xbox One games will be available digitally day-and-date with their retail counterparts.
The Call of Duty: Ghosts which featured a franchise-first Extinction mode, was launched on November 5 for Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, PC, and Wii U. Xbox One and PS4 versions are expected to be launched later this month.