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Call of Duty: Ghosts is a 2013 first-person shooter video game developed by Infinity Ward, with assistance from Raven Software, Neversoft and Certain Affinity. Published by Activision, it is the tenth primary installment in the Call of Duty series and the sixth developed by Infinity Ward. The video game was released for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, and Wii U on November 5, 2013, with Treyarch handling the port for the Wii U. The game was released with the launch of next-generation consoles PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

According to review score aggregator Metacritic, Ghosts received "generally favorable" reviews from critics, with most praising its multiplayer gameplay and introduction of the new game mode Extinction. It was criticized, however, for its single-player campaign, rehashing of familiar concepts, and general lack of innovation.Setup and characters
The game's main protagonists are the Ghosts, a force of U.S. Special Operations personnel trained to conduct clandestine missions behind enemy lines. The unit is led by retired U.S. Army Captain Elias Walker (Stephen Lang). He is joined by his sons Logan and David "Hesh" Walker (Brandon Routh), along with a trained German Shepherd named Riley, Captain Thomas A. Merrick (Jeffrey Pierce), and Sergeant Keegan P. Russ (Brian Bloom).[7]

Call of Duty: Ghosts is set in an alternate timeline that follows the nuclear destruction of the Middle East. The oil-producing nations of South America form "the Federation" in response to the ensuing global economic crisis and quickly grow into a global superpower, swiftly invading and conquering Central America and the Caribbean. The game's main antagonist is Gabriel Rorke (Kevin Gage), the former leader of the Ghosts, who was turned by the Federation after being captured and brainwashed with torture and hallucinogens, and now works for the Federation.

Story
The game begins in the year 2017 with U.S. Army Captain Elias Walker (Stephen Lang) telling his two sons, Logan and David "Hesh" Walker (Brandon Routh) the legend of how the Ghosts, an elite coalition of all US Special Operations units, first appeared. Meanwhile in space, Federation soldiers hijack the controlling space station of the Orbital Defense Initiative (ODIN),[8] an orbital superweapon that utilizes kinetic bombardment, and use it to destroy several cities in the southwestern United States. The surviving American astronauts, Baker and Mosley, sacrifice themselves to self-destruct the space station and prevent the other ODIN satellites from launching their payloads further inland. Elias and the teenage Logan and David narrowly escape the destruction of San Diego.

Ten years later, the United States has fought the Federation to a bloody stalemate along a front that comprises the destroyed cities, also known as "No Man's Land", but it has become a war of attrition as more Federation invasion forces attempt to break the frontlines. However, the Americans stand their ground, fighting near the former US-Mexico border. Logan and Hesh are part of a U.S special unit under the command of Elias and are accompanied by their loyal military-trained German Shepherd, Riley. During a patrol, they spot an American is working with the Federation, Gabriel Rorke (Kevin Gage). Soon after, the brothers are ambushed by wolves and rescued by members of the Ghosts who are seeking their companion Ajax, who was captured by Rorke. Logan and Hesh join the mission to rescue Ajax but arrive too late to rescue him as he is killed by the Federation. The brothers return to Santa Monica, California where the Federation forces invade the city as U.S forces holdout against their assault. As the Americans counterattack, Hesh and Logan reunite with their father who reveals himself as the leader of Ghosts. Knowing that his sons are qualified to join his special unit, Elias recruits them into the Ghosts and they learn from him that Rorke was once their leader and Elias' best friend. However, during a successful mission to assassinate General Diego Almagro, then president of the Federation in the capital Caracas, Elias is forced to abandon Rorke, who was presumed dead, but instead turned traitor after being captured and brainwashed by the Federation and is now hunting down members of the Ghosts.

The Ghosts track down and capture Rorke, but while flying back home, Rorke's men attack their plane and rescue him. The team then is forced to land deep into the Amazon Jungle where they witness a rocket being launched for an unknown purpose. Once reunited and rescued, the Ghosts raid a Federation laboratory in the Andes and obtain data regarding a classified information in a factory at Rio De Janeiro. To secure a path to the factory, the Ghosts destroy the Federation's Atlas oil platform located in Antarctica to lure the enemy fleet away from their objective and sink a destroyer guarding the Brazilian coast. Once inside the factory, the team discovers that the Federation had scuffled and reverse engineered ODIN's technology and developed their own orbital bombardment system codenamed "LOKI". After destroying the factory, Elias and his sons regroup at a safehouse in Las Vegas but are captured by Rorke. After Hesh and Logan are forced to watch Rorke killing Elias, the brothers manage to escape along with Merrick, Keegan and Riley.

In response to realizing that once the Federation's LOKI becomes operational, their defeat will be inevitable, the United States decides to pool all their remaining forces including the last aircraft carrier, USS Liberator in a synchronized all-out assault to take down an enemy space center in Chile while a small team of soldiers boards a shuttle to take over the Federation satellites in space. Once both objectives are completed, Hesh and Logan pursue Rorke to avenge their father and are seemingly successful, only to find out during the aftermath that Rorke survived their battle. Logan attempts to defend his wounded brother, but has his arm broken by Rorke, who announces his plans to brainwash Logan into killing the rest of the team before dragging Logan away.

In a post-credits scene, Logan is seen being kept inside a pit in the jungle, presumably going through the same torture methods that Rorke went through.

Gameplay
Campaign
In Call of Duty: Ghosts, the story is mostly told through the eyes of one single character, Logan Walker. Players assume the role of Logan for most of the game, with several other playable characters, including an astronaut specialist named Baker, and Logan's father, Elias Walker.[7]

Multiplayer
The multiplayer in Call of Duty: Ghosts features changes from that of previous Call of Duty games as some new mechanics have been added to it. Maps now have areas that can be altered or destroyed. On certain maps there is a nuke-like kill streak reward, the KEM Strike. You can get the ODIN kill streak by either getting a certain amount of kills or you can get it by killing the top player on the other team and then completing various challenges after picking up a blue briefcase that is dropped. The sniper rifle scopes also have new "dual render technology" allowing the player to see around the outside of the scope (although blurred) when zoomed in. On October 3, a new multiplayer type was revealed, called Squads. This features a squad that you build and you can face other squads around the world. Your squad can be leveled up and will act like a true individual. "Octane", "Prison Break", "Tremor", "Freight", "Stormfront", "Siege", "Warhawk", "Sovereign", "Overlord", "Flooded", "Strikezone", "Whiteout", "Stonehaven" and "Chasm" are the maps that are in Call of Duty: Ghosts so far. The dynamic map, "Free Fall", was a pre-order bonus. The game now features playable female soldiers.[9]…...

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