Call of Duty Ghost Xbox One Review

cod ghost Call of Duty Ghost on the Xbox One, brings a next gen COD experience to the console. Graphically the game has its highs and lows, with certain aspects of the gaming looking very next gen. With great texture details and sense of realism and other aspect looking like the graphics have been bumped  ever so slightly. That been said, all the talk of 1080p on PS4 and 720P on the Xbox One is one that should end, I couldn’t tell the difference and that didn’t affect my gaming experience.  The storyline for the single player for Ghost, was quite compelling and one I enjoyed; For the first time in the COD franchise, players will take on the underdog role with Call of Duty: Ghosts; “outnumbered and outgunned, players must fight to reclaim a fallen nation in an intensely personal narrative. Gamers will get to know an entirely new cast of characters and visit locales in a changed world unlike anything seen in Call of Duty before.” Plus the gameplay mechanics felt more refined than past generations of COD games; auto-assist feels more accurate and the added measure of the rumble feature on the trigger really gives an immersive feeling to the gameplay

Multiplayer 

This is where Ghost shines, with multiply gaming options and a sublime gameplay experience; in Call of Duty: Ghosts you don’t just create a class, you create a soldier,which is a first for the franchise. In the new Create-A-Soldier system, players can change the physical appearance of their soldier by choosing the head, body type, head-gear and equipment, and for the first time in a Call of Duty game, the player can also choose their gender. With 20,000 possible combinations, this is the most flexible and comprehensive character customization in Call of Duty history. I thoroughly enjoyed Call of Duty Ghost on the Xbox One; though I did find the single player mode to be a tad short  and wished it was a bit longer, multiplayer was excellent and still the strong suite of the COD franchise. For me this is a solid buy for your Xbox One and check out more in our video review below.

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