call of duty ghost current-gen to next-gen upgrade deatails reavealed

#1tuks81Posted 9/17/2013 7:28:35 AM
Xbox Next Gen Upgrade Offers

Introducing the Xbox Game Ahead Program

Gamers can purchase a disc-less dual-license digital version of Call of Duty: Ghosts at participating retailers for a suggested retail price of $69.99. This version will include the Xbox 360 digital version of Call of Duty: Ghosts, as well as the Xbox One digital version of Call of Duty: Ghosts – linked and unlocked via a user’s Xbox Live gamertag. Look for more information on how to pre-order at participating retailers in the coming weeks.

Via the Game Ahead Program, players can also purchase a digital version of Call of Duty: Ghosts directly from the Xbox Live Marketplace for a suggested retail price of $59.99. And, when ready to upgrade to Xbox One, you can purchase a digital Xbox One version of Call of Duty: Ghosts for a suggested retail price of just $10 on the Xbox Live Marketplace until March 31, 2014.

Other Retail Options to Upgrade to Xbox One

GameStop (US)

GameStop Power Up Rewards members are eligible to trade in their Xbox 360 copy of Call of Duty: Ghosts and get the Xbox One version for just $9.99. Offer valid until December 31st, 2013. Visit http://www.gamestop.com/nextgenoffer for more details on this option.

GameStop (Various European Markets)

Trade in your copy of Call of Duty: Ghosts on Xbox 360 and purchase the Xbox One version for a significantly reduced upgrade fee. Offer valid until December 31st, 2013 or while supplies last. Go in-store for more details.

Amazon (US)

Until December 31, 2013 or while supplies last, trade in your copy of Call of Duty: Ghosts on Xbox 360 and get a $25 bonus credit toward your Xbox One version in addition to your trade-in value of at least $25. These special trade-in values are good for a limited time as quantities are limited. Click here for more information on how Amazon’s program works.

Best Buy (US)

Players who buy the Xbox 360 version of Call of Duty: Ghosts will receive a $10 coupon via e-mail valid towards the purchase of the Xbox One version of Call of Duty: Ghosts. Then, when ready to upgrade, players can exchange their Xbox 360 copy of the game for a minimum value of $40, which combined with the $10 coupon will allow them to get the Xbox One version for $9.99. Offer valid until December 31st, 2013. More information on this program can be found here.

Microsoft Store (US)

Buy Call of Duty: Ghosts on Xbox 360 and you can trade-in later for the Xbox One version for only $9.99. The offer is valid at Microsoft Store locations until December 31st, 2013. Visit Microsoft.com for more details.

The above retail-driven programs are available for a limited time only; contact the applicable retailers for specific requirements.

PlayStation® Next Gen Upgrade Offers

Upgrade on PlayStation for just $10

The PlayStation upgrade program is completely optional for our fans, and applies whether you buy a new PS3 disc, or buy the game digitally from the PSN Store for PS3.

For a limited time, every new physical copy of Call of Duty: Ghosts for PS3 will include a flyer with a unique Sony code on it. Redeem the code packed into the PlayStation 3 version of the game on the PlayStation Store and download the PlayStation 4 version of the game for a suggested retail price of $10, €10 or £10 depending on territory.

Alternatively, if you buy the digital PS3 version of Call of Duty: Ghosts from the PSN Store, you will also be given the opportunity to upgrade to the PS4 version. Simply go to the PSN store and purchase the discounted PS4 version for a suggested retail price of $10, €10 or £10 depending on territory. You will then be able to enjoy the PS3 version on your PS3, and the PS4 version on you PS4.

These offers must be redeemed, and upgrades purchased, no later than March 31st, 2014; offers available globally. More details about these programs will be coming soon.


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#2Deadmeat20Posted 9/17/2013 8:32:12 AM
Great, now people who buy the Xbox 360 version can play the Xbox One version and say "Why does this look like the exact same game? Where are the next gen graphics?"

Call of Duty is SIX YEARS behind Battlefield. We had destructible environments back in 2007. COD is just getting them now. In four years, Call of Duty may finally have graphics comparable to BF3. When the Xbox Two comes out, Call of Duty will be technologically advanced enough to be called an Xbox One game.

BF4 has super-amazing graphics, 60 FPS, 1080p resolution, and Camera IQ. Before now, Call of Duty's big selling point over Battlefield was 60 FPS. Now what does it have? Dogs and fish. Everything else, Battlefield is doing bigger and better.
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#3Ice WeaselPosted 9/17/2013 11:29:53 AM
Gotta love how Gamestop in Canada is basically doing nothing for us up here. At least that's what I was told.
#4TPZmikezPosted 9/17/2013 11:54:10 AM
Deadmeat20 posted...
Great, now people who buy the Xbox 360 version can play the Xbox One version and say "Why does this look like the exact same game? Where are the next gen graphics?"

Call of Duty is SIX YEARS behind Battlefield. We had destructible environments back in 2007. COD is just getting them now. In four years, Call of Duty may finally have graphics comparable to BF3. When the Xbox Two comes out, Call of Duty will be technologically advanced enough to be called an Xbox One game.

BF4 has super-amazing graphics, 60 FPS, 1080p resolution, and Camera IQ. Before now, Call of Duty's big selling point over Battlefield was 60 FPS. Now what does it have? Dogs and fish. Everything else, Battlefield is doing bigger and better.


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#5TPZmikezPosted 9/17/2013 11:54:16 AM
Deadmeat20 posted...
Great, now people who buy the Xbox 360 version can play the Xbox One version and say "Why does this look like the exact same game? Where are the next gen graphics?"

Call of Duty is SIX YEARS behind Battlefield. We had destructible environments back in 2007. COD is just getting them now. In four years, Call of Duty may finally have graphics comparable to BF3. When the Xbox Two comes out, Call of Duty will be technologically advanced enough to be called an Xbox One game.

BF4 has super-amazing graphics, 60 FPS, 1080p resolution, and Camera IQ. Before now, Call of Duty's big selling point over Battlefield was 60 FPS. Now what does it have? Dogs and fish. Everything else, Battlefield is doing bigger and better.


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#6uchihajuan176Posted 9/17/2013 11:59:41 AM
Deadmeat20 posted...
Great, now people who buy the Xbox 360 version can play the Xbox One version and say "Why does this look like the exact same game? Where are the next gen graphics?"

Call of Duty is SIX YEARS behind Battlefield. We had destructible environments back in 2007. COD is just getting them now. In four years, Call of Duty may finally have graphics comparable to BF3. When the Xbox Two comes out, Call of Duty will be technologically advanced enough to be called an Xbox One game.

BF4 has super-amazing graphics, 60 FPS, 1080p resolution, and Camera IQ. Before now, Call of Duty's big selling point over Battlefield was 60 FPS. Now what does it have? Dogs and fish. Everything else, Battlefield is doing bigger and better.


Ummm maybe that Battlefield gameplay is so bad that "super amazing graphics" and 60 FPS still cant save it :)
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#7EdwardDarkstarPosted 9/17/2013 3:15:38 PM
Deadmeat20 posted...
Great, now people who buy the Xbox 360 version can play the Xbox One version and say "Why does this look like the exact same game? Where are the next gen graphics?"

Call of Duty is SIX YEARS behind Battlefield. We had destructible environments back in 2007. COD is just getting them now. In four years, Call of Duty may finally have graphics comparable to BF3. When the Xbox Two comes out, Call of Duty will be technologically advanced enough to be called an Xbox One game.

BF4 has super-amazing graphics, 60 FPS, 1080p resolution, and Camera IQ. Before now, Call of Duty's big selling point over Battlefield was 60 FPS. Now what does it have? Dogs and fish. Everything else, Battlefield is doing bigger and better.


All the shots fired...













Yet CoD will still be played more, by more, and be bought more. If you love battlefield sooo much, just stay on that part of gamefaqs, leave those that choose CoD alone.

Or at least stfu.
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#8TG_WolfPosted 9/17/2013 3:27:08 PM
Or you can just buy the game normally when/if you decide to upgrade down the road and not feel like you have to adhere to a time limit to save a few bucks.
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#9Deadmeat20Posted 9/17/2013 7:58:44 PM
Don't you guys get tired of saying "Call of Duty is so much more popular than Battlefield, so it must be better."

When a game is so accessible that an 8 year-old child can play competitively against 20 year-old veterans, then it's going to be popular. You're practically admitting to one of Call of Duty's biggest flaws. There is no skill gap between the old and the new players. The only thing you really need to do is memorize the maps and you're set.

If Call of Duty Ghosts pushed the limits of the next generation of consoles, then I would consider it. But as it is now, it's highly unlikely that Ghosts is even pushing the limits of the current generation consoles.

If I'm a hater, then you guys are the suckers.
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#10Foxx3kPosted 9/17/2013 10:03:18 PM
Deadmeat20 posted...
Don't you guys get tired of saying "Call of Duty is so much more popular than Battlefield, so it must be better."


No. All I get tired of is the Battlefield kids that would rather tell COD players to stop having fun than go have fun themselves. You're deluded if you think the suffocating elitism of the Battlefield community is any more respectable or tolerable than the childishness of the Call of Duty community.
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