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Call of Duty: Ghosts is an upcoming new addition to the Call of Duty franchise by Activision. Ever since the DRM drama by Microsoft for the Xbox One which entailed it to have an online verification check of 24 hours to play games on the system and with its competitor imposing no such type of DRM, seems like publishers are trying to clarify it crystal clearly on the PlayStation 4, by listing offline playability as a feature.
Recently, a new Call of Duty: Ghosts boxart image for the PlayStation 4 emerged which showed, alongside other information already known such as the HDD space required for the installation and up to 18 players online, “Offline Mode Enabled” on the back of the case. Seems like Activision does not want to take any chances with the PlayStation 4 version of the game and is clearly mentioning each and every information about the game on the platform on the back of the case. Online Play is of course optional. Along with all this, Call of Duty: Ghosts will also allow remote play as well
A previously leaked boxart for the Spanish region listed no such information on the back.
Recently, a rumour which circulated on the internet that Call of Duty: Ghosts would be running at native 720p resolution on the Xbox One and native 1080p on the PlayStation 4, was confirmed by Infinity Ward’s own Mark Rubin in a tweet which then engulfed the internet once again with comments and questions like: “Why can’t the Xbox One even run a Call of Duty game at native 1080p?”
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