Call of Duty: Ghosts has been relatively quiet compared to years prior. The popular shooter franchise has given us a taste of single player, but has yet to dish any details about multiplayer. Speculation aside, we’ve heard absolutely nothing about the game’s online component, arguably the most important piece of the puzzle for the popular franchise.
There’s lots of work to do but looking forward to MP in August
Infinity Ward’s Mark Rubin recently took to Twitter to confirm an August window for the multiplayer reveal of Ghosts. Claiming that the team is on a “death march push to finish Call of Duty Ghosts”, saying that while there’s still “Lots left to do”, that the team is “Looking forward to MP in August”.
Does this mean Call of Duty: Ghosts Multiplayer will be ready for a Gamescom reveal? Over the last few years we’ve at least gotten some details ahead of the full reveal regarding the multiplayer in Call of Duty games. This year it’s been more tell and less show. We recently heard that Infinity Ward is looking to shake things up for multiplayer “Multiplayer is going to have new ideas. Dynamic maps are something we’re doing. Character customization is something we’re doing,” according to Eric Hirshberg.
We’ll have to wait and see what shakes out from Infinity Ward in the coming weeks. Call of Duty: Ghosts is slated to arrive this November on current and next-gen consoles, as well as PC.