Dynamic maps means endless replayability
Dynamic maps means endless replayability

Gamers with itchy trigger fingers have one more reason to get excited for the November 5th release of Call of Duty: Ghosts. Activision has announced a new incentive for those who pre-order Ghosts in the form of a dynamic multiplayer map. The map, titled Free Fall, will serve as the first example of Ghosts’ dynamic map mechanics.

In Free Fall, players battle in a collapsing skyscraper. The chaos of combat is taken up an extra level as the building continually shifts during its collapse. Hallways can be dynamically destroyed and the line of site will constantly be changed as wreckage changes the course of the battle. Free Fall, as well as Call of Duty: Ghosts’ other dynamic maps will change the flow of the series’ signature multiplayer, ensuring that no match will ever be the same.

Infinity Ward’s executive producer Mark Rubin spoke very highly of the dynamic map features of Call of Duty: Ghosts, stating that “dynamic map events change the way players approach the game and Free Fall does a great job of illustrating this mechanic. As the match progresses, the geometry of the world continues to change and players need to adjust on the fly or else.”

With the amazing potential of the dynamic map features and their ability to add new depth to the most popular multiplayer franchise in the industry, it is no surprise that FPS fans across the globe are eagerly anticipating Call of Duty: Ghosts’ world-wide release on November 5th. Ghosts will be available for Xbox 360, PC and Playstation 3 initially and is slated for a Xbox One and PS4 release later this year.

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Raymond Porreca

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