Call of Duty: Ghosts has been heavily previewed since its first trailer at Microsoft's big Xbox One reveal. A long gameplay video from E3 shows an underwater sequence and how the dogs now fit in with campaign gameplay. But that's not what Call of Duty fans are looking for. As much effort as Infinity Ward may put into their Call of Duty campaigns, gamers are now primarily buying the franchise's annual updates for competitive multiplayer gameplay.
Activision today released a cryptic trailer for the Call of Duty franchise. The short video highlights worldwide cities, associating them with dates from the next three months. The first date, August 14, is located in Los Angeles. That date is the same as the release date for the already announced multiplayer reveal for Call of Duty: Ghosts.
Yes, it'a a teaser trailer for a trailer - something only the biggest gaming franchises, such as Grand Theft Auto and Call of Duty, can do without being ridiculed. Call of Duty fans are passionate enough that even this short video will help to build hype for Ghosts.