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Call of Duty: Ghosts campaign achievements Leaked [SPOILERS]

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According to the Xbox360achievement site, the Call of Duty: Ghosts campaign missions achievements have been revealed. Theses achievements are coming to Xbox 360, and will be made into trophies for the PS3.

As with all achievement leaks, they contain some spoilers. No plot twist spoilers but some spoilers that reveal certain mission objectives and settings throughout the campaign.

*View at own risk…may contain spoilers*


  • Ghost Stories
    • Escape. (Complete “Ghost Stories” on any difficulty.)
  • Spatial Awareness 10
    • Kill your first enemy in the Call of Duty® Ghosts campaign.
  • Brave New World 10
    • Rendez-vous in Fort Santa Monica. (Complete “Brave New World” on any difficulty.)
  • Liberty Wall 10
    • Take down both attack helicopters in Brave New World.
  • No Man’s Land 10
    • Make it to San Diego. (Complete “No Man’s Land” on any difficulty.)
  • Blimey O’Riley 10
    • Pounce on 10 enemies whilst controlling Riley.
  • Struck Down 10
    • Find Ajax. (Complete “Struck Down” on any difficulty.)
  • Waste Not 10
    • Every shot with the remote sniper kills a person or vehicle.
  • Homecoming 10
    • Defend LA. (Complete “Homecoming” on any difficulty.)
  • Go Ugly Early 10
    • A-10 strafe 50 enemies.
  • Legends Never Die 10
    • Hunt down Almagro. (Complete “Legends Never Die” on any difficulty.)
  • It Came from Below! 10
    • Kill 6 enemies with the knife while underwater in “Legends Never Die”.
  • Federation Day 10
    • Gather intel on Rorke. (Complete “Federation Day” on any difficulty.)
  • Sleeping Beauty 10
    • Kill sleeping enemy in face down rappel section
  • Carbon Faceprint 10
    • Catch the photocopier with your face.
  • Birds of Prey 10
    • Capture Rorke (Complete “Birds of Prey” on any difficulty.)
  • Burn Baby Burn 25
    • Destroy 80 fuel containers.
  • The Hunted 25
    • Make it out alive (Complete “The Hunted” on any difficulty.)
  • Jungle Ghosts 25
    • Finish the mission without breaking stealth.
  • Clockwork 25
    • Hack the system (Complete “Clockwork” on any difficulty.)
  • Deep Freeze 25
    • Drop 8 vehicles into ice holes.
  • Atlas Falls 25
    • Distract the Federation Fleet. (Complete “Atlas Falls” on any difficulty.)
  • Grindin’ 40
    • Blow the pressure valves on your first attempt.
  • Piece of cake 100
    • Storm the common room and kill everyone without taking damage on Veteran. (1)
  • Into the Deep 20
    • Destroy the enemy ship (Complete “Into The Deep” on any difficulty.)
  • David & Goliath 20
    • Take down the LCS on the first go.
  • End of the Line 20
    • Storm the factory (Complete “End of the Line” on any difficulty.)
  • Cog in the machine 35
    • Kill 5 enemies without being detected before infiltrating Black Zone.
  • Sin City 20
    • Plan your next move. (Complete “Sin City” on any difficulty.)
  • Jack-pot 20
    • Destroy 21 slot machines.
  • All or nothing 20
    • Gather the troops. (Complete “All or Nothing” on any difficulty.)
  • End of your rope 20
    • Cut a grappling hook rope with an enemy on it.
  • Severed Ties 20
    • Destroy the Federation’s satellite array. (Complete “Severed Ties” on any difficulty.)
  • Fly-by-wire 20
    • Take out 3 out of 3 helicopters with the remote missile.
  • Loki 20
    • Commandeer the enemy space station. (Complete “Loki” on any difficulty.)
  • They look like ants 20
    • Destroy all enemy ground targets and kill no allies with the rods.
  • The Ghost Killer 20
    • Confront Rorke (Complete “The Ghost Killer” on any difficulty.)
  • Tickets please 20
    • Shoot the grapple guys off the side of the train.
  • Audiophile 15
    • Collect all 18 Rorke files.
  • Safeguard 20
    • Reach round 20 in Safeguard.
  • You’ve earned it 40
    • Earn the mask. Finish the campaign on Veteran.

Call of Duty: Ghosts is out Nov. 5th on Xbox 360, PS3, PC, and Wii U. It’s a launch title for PS4 and Xbox One.

SOURCE: Xbox360Achievements

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CoD community split as players reveal the worst ever Call of Duty game

Call of Duty players were asked to reveal which game they believe to be the franchise’s worst and the results were far from unanimous.

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CoD fans usually have passionate opinions when it comes to debating the franchise’s best game, but the same could be said when the community was asked to reveal the worst Call of Duty game ever.

As Vanguard’s cycle slowly comes to a close with Season 5 on the horizon, it’s the perfect time to indulge in some nostalgia and look back through the years of the Call of Duty franchise. Call of Duty has been around for so long that most players will have significantly different answers when asked what their favorite or least favorite CoD game is.

This was exactly the case as the CharlieIntel Twitter account asked players from the Call of Duty community to reveal their first played, most recent, best, and worst Call of Duty title of all time.

While the replies revealed that most players view Black Ops 2 or Black Ops 3 as the best Call of Duty game ever made, the same cannot be said for their opinion of the franchise’s worst game.

The replies for the “Worst Call of Duty” section were varied but a trend did begin to appear after a couple thousand responses. It seems most players opted for Vanguard as the worst game the franchise has put forth.

There’s no doubt that some recency bias likely impacted these results, but Vanguard has been one of the most hated Call of Duty games ever made. Despite being fresh in peoples’ minds, the game has come under fire for being a mess since it was released.

Vanguard seemed to be the most popular answer, but it failed to grasp a majority vote as players consistently spread their answers between a few titles. 2019’s Modern Warfare was another popular choice.

The game is notably polarizing as most either loved it or hated it. Some players sunk countless hours into the game as its multiplayer kept CoD fans busy throughout the pandemic. Meanwhile, competitive players and content creators shared a disdain for the game’s core mechanics.

Aside from Modern Warfare 2019, and Vanguard, Call of Duty: Ghosts, WWII, and Infinite Warfare were also quite popular responses. With WWII and Vanguard being two boots-on-the-ground WWII-era CoD games, it seems players don’t take kindly to this style and setting.

Only time will tell if the highly anticipated Modern Warfare 2 will have a strong enough impact on players to eventually become a valid answer for this CoD questionnaire. Of course, Infinity Ward will be hoping it improves on its predecessor and makes its way to the “Best” side of the debate.


For more, check out how Dr Disrespect was not impressed by the graphics shown in Modern Warfare 2’s Farm 18 map reveal.

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Microsoft explain why Call of Duty will stay on PlayStation after Xbox exclusivity rumors

Microsoft have reiterated their claim that Call of Duty will remain on PlayStation and gave one simple reason why.

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Both PlayStations fans and Sony itself have expressed concern over Call of Duty becoming Xbox and PC exclusive, but Microsoft have reiterated their claim that the games will remain on PlayStation, giving one simple reason why.

Microsoft announced their shock buyout of Activision Blizzard back in January 2022, with the deal set to close in Summer 2023. While Microsoft previously stated that there are no plans to make Call of Duty Xbox and PC-exclusive, Sony still expressed concern.

As reported by VGC, Microsoft responded to these concerns in a document sent to Brazil’s Administrative Council for Economic Defense (CADE). Here, they accused Sony of blocking games from Xbox Game Pass and reiterated that it “wouldn’t be profitable” to remove Call of Duty from PlayStation.

Microsoft acquired Bethesda back in 2021, and have already started making their games, such as Starfield, Xbox and PC exclusive. However, in this document, Microsoft insisted that Sony shouldn’t worry about Call of Duty being removed from PlayStation.

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“Regardless of how unsurprising Sony‘s criticism of content exclusivity is – given that PlayStation’s entire strategy has been centered on exclusivity over the years – the reality is that the strategy of retaining Activision Blizzard’s games by not distributing them in rival console shops would simply not be profitable for Microsoft,” claimed Microsoft.

Microsoft gave several reasons why they wouldn’t remove future Call of Duty games from PlayStation, but it all boiled down to profit.

“The hypothetical adoption of any content discontinuation strategy would not be profitable for Microsoft and, even if implemented, such strategies would have no competitive impact, for the reasons described above,” concluded Microsoft.

There are also reports that there are contractual agreements that ensure the next three Call of Duty games will be on both Xbox and PlayStation. Rumors suggest that Call of Duty 2024 will be developed by Treyarch, and Activision have even teased a new premium game for 2023.

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Huge Black Ops 4 campaign leak reveals scrapped ‘Career’ mode details & concept art

Black Ops 4’s scrapped campaign has reportedly appeared online in a huge leak showing off concept art and breaking down a ton of details.

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Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 went against the norm by opting to skip a campaign, despite it reportedly being in development for some time. Four years later, a leak puts together a ton of information about the scrapped ‘Career’ mode which was set to be an online 2v2 experience.

While Call of Duty players typically enjoy the blockbuster campaigns, it’s arguably multiplayer that brings them back year after year. Despite rumors suggesting that a Black Ops 4 Campaign was in development, the game launched in 2018 without a single-player mode.

Now, almost four years later with Modern Warfare 2 on the horizon, a ton of info has dropped detailing exactly what Black Ops 4’s campaign mode could have been.

Reddit user Purpletoaster20 said this huge post in the GamingLeaksAndRumours subreddit was the result of “months of research & discussion with people who have inside knowledge of this mode,” and it includes images of internal powerpoints, concept art, and a detailed breakdown of each mission.

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The campaign was dubbed ‘Career’ and would be an online 2v2 mode where players would “race to the finish” against the opposing duo, and whichever side won would affect how the rest of the session would progress.

Taking place in a post-Black Ops 3 2070, there would be “The Year of Chaos” after a pandemic and climate disasters would “heavily diminish the world’s resources.”

Each duo would pick their preferred faction, and then need to battle against AI to complete their objectives ahead of the other team. Plus, there would also be PvP sections with Blackout mechanics, where death would result in respawning back at a base near to the action.

This mode would have counted towards player progression, with each Black Ops 4 season adding several new missions for players to complete.

Four missions were “nearly complete,” and the Reddit user detailed them all in the Reddit post. In these missions, players had to complete Call of Duty-esque objectives such as blowing up convoys and hacking and defending terminals.

But why was this huge mode canceled? According to the Reddit user, it was “due to technical issues & the overall gameplay loop being described as too repetitive,” as well as the release being pushed forward by a month. They also claim that the leaked gameplay wasn’t from the campaign, but was actually from a Specialist HQ mode.

The Reddit user said they’ll be putting all of this information together in a 30-minute video on August 18.


Modern Warfare 2 brings a fully-fledged campaign that will reportedly arrive ahead of the full game’s launch, so be sure to check out everything we know about the single-player.

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