Activision has revealed that Call of Duty: Ghosts will make its e-sports debut this November in one of North America’s largest and prestigious e-sports event, Major League Gaming.
Call of Duty: Ghosts will be featured in MLG’s fall championship, right from Columbus, Ohio on November 22. Previously this spot was taken by Call of Duty: Black Ops II and it’s still to be announced whether MLG will go along with both games or if the latter will be replaced with the newer title.
The move is a good one and hopefully we will get to see further support by the publisher later down in it’s release. In previous Call of Duty titles, Activision was relatively quick to drop continuous support for their titles and jump ship to the next Call of Duty title. Thankfully this cycle seemed to have been broken with the last Call of Duty: Black Ops II which will get its fourth expansion later this month. The pack will also be the last in the DLC series.
Activision will now be placing their full focus on to Ghosts. Black Ops II has already proven a fabulous track record with great sales, popularity and most of all, staying on top of the UK charts for straight weeks. Ghosts will be looking to break that and achieve a new milestone.
Call of Duty: Ghosts will release worldwide next month and is featuring a revamped multiplayer component with more flavor, customization options, dynamic maps and more.