Call of Duty: Ghosts exploded today, as Activision handed out plenty of multiplayer gameplay and new details.
Firstly, the multiplayer unveiling has come in a series of stages, which has included a 17-minute features trailer followed by gameplay from a full exhibition match. You can see them both below…are you impressed?
Secondly, Activision confirmed that Ghosts DLC and character profiles will carry over from current- to next-generation consoles. So, if you start with the PS3 or 360 version of the game and then pick up the PS4 or Xbox One down the road, your content and profiles will make the jump with you. Of course, you'd have to purchase the PS4 or Xbox One iteration of the game, too. The transfer of the content is free, but bear in mind that this only works within one console family; i.e., if you have the Xbox 360 version of Ghosts and then get the PS4 installment, your content will not cross over.
Third, the expected Season Pass announcement was made. It will include four expansion packs that are scheduled to arrive throughout 2013 and 2014. They didn't reveal a price, but as a frame of reference, last year's Pass for Call of Duty: Black Ops II was $50. As for the multiplayer, Infinity Ward is calling it "the most significant overhaul" of that mode since Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare in 2007. Good news for the hardcore followers.
Related Game(s): Call of Duty: Ghosts