There's one thing every group of guys needs when they head into an epic battle: A super sexy sharp shooter on a nearby roof. And that's just what they get in the latest trailer for Call of Duty: Ghosts.

Three men huddle around a campfire, eager to hear the story of an elite force of highly-feared soldiers. Ghosts, they're called. Two of the men listening–the sons, Logan and Hesh Walker–are skeptical. Surely the tale-spinning 

But Activision faces a unique kind of pressure in spite of—or, perhaps, because of—the success of its shooter. Developed by "Call of Duty" creator Infinity Ward, "Ghosts" is the first title from the studio since it wrapped up the celebrated "Modern

Last week, Infinity Ward confirmed that Call of Duty: Ghosts runs at a native resolution of 1080p on PlayStation 4, but the Xbox One version of the next-gen launch title renders at 720p and then upscales to 1080p. The news came as a shock to many, 

$800M in a day. I thought it was a typo when I first read that Grand Theft Auto 5 had sold that many copies in 24 hours. Call of Duty: Ghosts has a steep hill to climb if Activision wants to regain its collection of sales record crowns from Take Two


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