12 weapons we want back in Call of Duty: Ghosts

The release of Call of Duty: Ghosts is almost among us with the game hitting stores for the PS3, Xbox 360, PC, PS4 and Xbox One this November. And as you may already know with a new Call of Duty game we get a combination of new guns and some old guns from previous titles. Below are the 12 guns we want back in Call of Duty: Ghosts that have made an appearance in the series in the past.

Vector (Vector K10)


The Vector is a super low recoil SMG that made it’s first appearance in Modern Warfare 2, it also later appeared in last year’s Black Ops 2 as the Vector K10.



The Sniper Rifle that started the quick scoping trend, the Intervention is in my opinion the smoothest feeling Sniper Rifle in any Call of Duty game. The Intervention made it’s debut in Modern Warfare 2 and has been a fan favorite ever since.



The definitive bolt action Sniper Rifle that made it’s mark in Call of Duty 4. The M40A3 is an older weapon compared to others featured in the recent Call of Duty titles but since Ghosts is gonna feature weapons currently in use, the M40A3 could make a comeback.



My favorite LMG is the RPD from Modern Warfare 2, the gun also appeared in Call of Duty 4 and Black Ops but the Modern Warfare 2 version was the best in my opinion. The gun had very little recoil and high damage, plus it looked awesome too.



Who doesn’t know about the AK47? It’s been in almost every Call of Duty game after all. Being the world’s most popular gun, our heroes in Ghosts are bound to stumble across a few of these Russian bad boys.



The ACR 6.8 was my favorite gun in Modern Warfare 3 although it was undoubtedly way too overpowered. The ACR from Modern Warfare 2 on the other hand was perfectly balanced. The gun has low to high damage depending on the model (ACR and ACR 6.8 respectively) and super low recoil which made the gun very easy to use.

Desert Eagle


The Desert Eagle or the Deagle as some call it is one of the most popular pistols in FPS history. It’s mostly a two short kill in close range and a favorite for Snipers to finish off enemies if they get a hitmarker with their rifles.



The AK replacement in Black Ops 2 turned out to be one of my favorite guns ever. The AN-94 has low recoil, high damage and a decent firing rate and after recent patches it’s become the to use gun in Black Ops 2. The gun’s unique trait is that it fires the first two bullets at a super high fire rate allowing you to take enemies down quickly.


AK74u camos

The submachine variant of the AK47, the AK-74U was the most dominant gun in the original Black Ops and was constantly able to outgun Assault Rifles till it was later nerfed in patch. Although usable in both Black Ops 2 and Modern Warfare 3 campaigns, the AK-74U last made an appearance in the original Black Ops’ multiplayer.



The low recoil and fast firing MP7 can be bested by few guns in the Call of Duty guns catalogue and was considered the best all around weapon in Modern Warfare 3. The gun’s also pretty good in Black Ops 2.

Remington 870 MCS


The best and most annoying shotgun in Black Ops 2 is the Remington 870 MCS. The 870 MCS has super long range especially with long barrel and dominates on Nuketown 2025.

UMP 45


The Modern Warfare 2 UMP 45 was one of the most fun guns to use in the game although it was nerfed a bit in Modern Warfare 3. In one of the videos showcasing gameplay from Call of Duty: Ghosts we did see a glimpse of a gun very similar to the UMP 45 so the chances of it being in the game are pretty high.

What guns would you like to see in Call of Duty: Ghosts? Let us know in the comments below.

Danial Arshad Khan

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