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Tuesday, 07 May 2013 06:25

Ghosts gameplay to be Xbox Next reveal

Written by David Stellmack

We will have to wait till May 21st to see more

Call of Duty: Ghosts will see its first actual gameplay shown at the Microsoft Xbox Next reveal that is coming on May 21st. Till then, Activision will not be telling us much more about the game other than it is set for a November 5th release on the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and PC. No word yet on the actual release date for the next generation console releases, but we expect them shortly after the Microsoft and Sony consoles arrive, or we expect it to be a launch title.

While we now know a bit more about the release, the release time table for Ghosts, and when we will see the first actual gameplay footage, we still have heard nothing additional about a release for the Wii U. Activision is sticking to the story that no Wii U version of Ghosts has been announced. Still, we have to wonder how Nintendo would be willing to let Ghosts be released for every platform with the exception of the Wii U. We can only assume that Nintendo is talking to Activision, but no deal has been reached.

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