Call of Duty: Ghosts Prestige: An Overview

Call of Duty is one of the most popular first-person shooter games which was introduced as a PC game; however, later it got more recognition when it came out for gaming consoles like PS3 and Xbox as well as handheld gaming consoles. The first three editions of this gaming series was based on 2nd World War whereas the 4th, 5th and the 6th editions of the game were based on the Cold War. The later editions were based on a more modern settings and game play. The latest edition of the game is called Call of Duty: Ghosts prestige which was released on the 5th of November, 2013.


The gaming company called Activision is known to have included some expensive gadgets with the special edition of the Call of Duty game and they are maintaining this trend with the lasts version as well which is Call of Duty: Ghosts prestige edition. The special edition which came out earlier this month includes a 1080p tactical camera which is water resistant as well. With this the pack also includes a 4 GB memory card. Not only this, the package also includes a special carrying case, the paracord strap and the Season pass which can be used for downloads.

Compared to the older editions, Call of Duty: Ghosts prestige edition is expensive as it is priced at $199, however, the whole package including the advanced gadgets makes the deal worth it.  Also, certain features are added in the game as well which were not there in the previous editions. For example, one can change the appearance of the characters through customizable settings and for the first time a player can play with a female soldier. One of the most important additions is that the new editions can be played by up to 6 players at a time in one team which means 12 players can play the game at one point of time. This game type is named as Squads and will significantly contribute to the success of this edition.



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