With Tesco in the UK already providing the biggest leak in the Call of Duty game for this year outing not only details, but a box art to boot – another retailer has come forward to provide spanish gamers with a place to pre-order.
XtraLife.ES has opened up a Call of Duty: Ghosts listing the game for 66.95 Euro’s and a release date of November 11th 2013. With Tesco UK suggesting a release date of November 4th 2013, obviously they are both likely to be placeholder dates until Activision make the official announcements sometime very soon.
Call of Duty: Ghosts ushers in the next generation of the franchise, delivering a riveting all-new gameplay experience built on an entirely new story, setting and cast, all powered by a new next-generation Call of Duty engine.
When new announcements, screens or even a shiny trailer surfaces – we’ll keep you posted.
The Australian Classification board has outed an upcoming project from Bethesda entitled ‘Endless Summer’. Dubbed as a Horror Survival game it is set to contain strong language, violence, mild nudity and a little bit of sex.
Bethesda who are currently busy promoting ‘The Evil Within’ has not announced or unveiled ‘Endless Summer’ anywhere recently, but new projects are expected to be announced later in the year. The new project via the ratings board has been confirmed for a multi-platform releases.
Here’s to keeping our fingers and toes crossed for something deep and evil related to next-gen gaming!
Check out the listing via the link below:
The good ol’ eagle-eyed folks at NeoGaf have spotted that SEGA’s hit Mickey Mouse game of the early 90’s, Castle of Illusion has been rated for all current-gen platforms on a Brazilian Ratings Board.
This suggests that the latest rating is a confirmation that SEGA plan to re-release a new collection of games from the Master System or Mega Drive (Genesis) era. I’m actually hoping it is the Master System version of Castle of Illusion as it was by far the most enjoyable over the Mega Drive version. SEGA has not confirmed anything as of yet, but expect more details in the coming weeks.
Here’s a reminder of the Master System version released in 1990.