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Call of Duty: Ghosts Teaser Site Launched
After the two leaks from Tesco of the box art plus the name of the next Call of Duty, called Ghosts, followed closely by the information that there will be a new engine powering the new game, a new story as well as a whole new cast (news to the ears of many fans), more information seems to be coming our way after a website has been revealed, teasing the game.
People who open the website are greeted to the options of “add me” and “find me.” The first button adds you and a tweet to what the website has named the “Call of Duty Mosaic” which, on the home screen, is adding up all of the user’s tweets into what seems to be a representation of the mask worn by the character Ghost. Ghost is a character last seen in Modern Warfare 2 and is presumably the main character going by the title and the inclusion of his distinctive mask which features a skull painted on the front. The second option allows users to “find” themselves on the mosaic to see if their tweet has been included in the giant skull. Here is an image of the website:
As you can see, the image is still yet to completely form. There is also options to “connect” to the website using Google+, Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and Statigram. If you want to join in this campaign, simply go to the website and tweet #CallofDuty and see if you have made it onto the image.
According to the leaks, Call of Duty: Ghosts will be released x and will be available on PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and next generation platforms. A Wii U version of the game is also said to be in development, which would be likely seeing as Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 was also released on Nintendo’s flagship console.