Call of Duty: Ghosts on PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 is 6v6 only, Xbox 360 requires 3GB install

Call of Duty: Ghosts is the upcoming new addition to the Call of Duty series. Recent rumors about Call of Duty: Ghosts on Xbox One has got the internet raging once again as to why a next-generation title can’t pull off 1080p resolution when the rumors surfaced that the game will be 720p on the Xbox One and 1080p on the PlayStation 4.

The embargo lifting date on the reviews for the game are still away, we are receiving news now and about the game. Recently we learned that the game will feature a new mode called “Extinction Mode”. Earlier titles had zombies so why not aliens?

A new leaked image has surfaced the internet which shows the back side of the cover of Call of Duty: Ghosts for the Xbox 360. The printed information on the back gives us insight on a few things. Firstly, the game will feature 12 players online instead of the usual 18 players count which the series has seen in the previous titles, this limitation might probably end up on PlayStation 3 as well. The next-generation version of the game and the version on PC will both feature the usual 18 player count online.


Secondly, the leaked image shows the required HDD space for the Xbox 360 for the mandatory install. Hence gamers with a 4GB model of Xbox 360 can breathe a sigh of relief and to not worry about upgrading their HDD. A consumer who received his pre-ordered copy earlier reported that the whole install took around 10 minutes.

This new revelation certainly raises questions as to why Activision decided to reduce the player count on the current-generation consoles whereas the next-generation consoles retain the usual count. This means that the Ground War game type which normally included Team Death Match or TDM and Domination which featured a higher count of players, would be excluded from the current-generation versions it seems. Even when it was reported that each console will get a dedicated server for Call of Duty: Ghosts.

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