New footage of Call of Duty: Ghosts, includes two campaign missions and behind the scenes footage

Infinity Ward seems to have just jumped the gun on E3 today, showing off brand new gameplay footage from their newest title Call of Duty Ghosts.  The team at Gametrailers sat down with the creators of the world’s largest franchise and were shown two levels of campaign, some behind the scenes videos with the writer Stephen Gaghan, and showed off the E3 booth (and it’s impressive 120 foot screen)  The new footage showed off an entirely underwater level,  which I was actually quite impressed by.  The footage starts at the 5:34 minute mark (will update with individual videos once they are uploaded).

Update: Kotaku also posted four new screenshots from the title.  You can find them here.

Were you impressed by the new offering from Infinity Ward?  Do you think Call of Duty can lead multiplayer in the next gen, like they have for this past one?  Let us know in the comments.

The reporter’s take:  Seeing Call of Duty before E3 probably means they will not be opening up Microsoft’s press conference like they have for the past few years.  This move is likely a good one from Activison though, as it will give the Call of Duty fans the chance to see the big new gameplay.  I have to be honest, the graphics in this new title just do not look next gen( (they never did say if this gameplay was running on a current gen console or next gen though).  It seems like more of the same Call of Duty, which isn’t necessarily bad, but I just wonder when people will grow tired of the same formula.  I’ll still pick it up this year though, so they must be doing something right.

by, Bobby Marquardt

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