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Sledgehammer’s Next Gen Call of Duty “Pretty Big Jump” Graphically Over Ghosts, Insider Says

by on February 11, 2014 3:55 PM 19

Now that the news about the next gen Call of Duty by Sledgehammer Games slated for the fall are out in the wild, rumors about what it’ll entail are starting to trickle down the grapevine. Insider Pete Dodd, also known as Famousmortimer, who demonstrated to have solid connections within the studio by being the first to leak the existence of the game, mentioned on NeoGaf that we can expect good things from the graphical fidelity of Sledgehammer’s upcoming labor of love.

Internally people are excited for it. It is supposedly a pretty big jump over ghosts graphically.

Call of Duty: Ghosts wasn’t exactly the best looking game that marked the beginning of the new generation, so I’m definitely curious to see what Sledgehammer has in store for us. Of course we should take this information with a grain of salt, as everything coming from insiders, but Famousmortimer is normally quite reliable with his Call of Duty info.

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  • Psionicinversion

    well it should do, Ghosts was a massive disappointment not only in the gfx department but gameplay to. They need to pull out something spectacular to make me buy it this time round

  • delsin row

    ghosts was a big disappointment! i hope we can see some good visual of this game.enough activision.spend some money.

    • Andrew Villani

      Sledgehammer had stated that the next installment of Call of Duty – which they are developing – is going to be a massive improvement in graphics from Ghosts and for the Call of Duty franchise. So I’m pretty pumped up.

  • ISISSecretAgent

    im just waiting for BlOps 3, that is all

    • dapaintrain

      Same as long as its all back in the cold war period.

  • Guy Brohski

    COD loooool!

  • dapaintrain

    I completed the ghosts campaign on the ps4 and nothing about it felt next gen at all. Graphics looked current gen with slightly better lighting and particle effects but that was it. Nothing compared to BF4 or Killzone even AC made the jump between current gen and next gen better then cod did.

  • Michael Cardwell

    This NEW GENERATION is for Titanfall say bye bye to COD…..

    • Marcus Roue

      TitanFail for XBone is 720p with only 6v6. Hardly what I call “NEW GENERATION”.

      • Michael Cardwell

        You talk bad about it,but yet I bet you end up playing it lol. YOU = FAIL

        • Marcus Roue

          I’ll never bother playing a game on an underpowered console.

          Stuck at 720p and only 6v6, I’ll stick to playing Killzone in all its glory at 1080p!!

        • Andrew Villani

          “[...]I bet you end up playing it lol. YOU=FAIL”

          1. He never said he played it.
          2. You have no proof that he played it.
          3. When somebody says a game is terrible, chances are they have played it, or have seen it played first hand.
          4. The only FAIL here is your logic and your existence.

    • Joseph Lan

      Dude, Titanfall has even worse graphics than Ghosts.

    • Andrew Villani

      The Source Engine limited to 720p and only 6 vs. 6 games plus brainless AI-controlled bots is not the “NEW GENERATION”. You’re either a habitual substance abuser, or just a massive idiot.

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  • ZMAN

    is this nextgen exclusive?

  • Guy Brohski

    Well considering that COD Ghosts looks like the 10 yr old Quake 4, I would hope that the next game looks better. Oh COD, what utter crap.

  • Michiganer Eric

    I hope it looks good. Ghosts looked good on current gen, but decent on next gen.

  • cubs223425

    So Activision pissed on Treyarch for nothing? They pushed back the good developer’s release to get a game out from Sledgehammer, whose claim to fame was arguably the worst game in the series, MW3? So instead of skipping CoD every other year, I’m only going to have a CoD game to buy every 3 years now…GREAT.

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