Thousands of fans visited the Call of Duty: Ghosts booth at Gamescom 2013, all for the opportunity to be some of the first members of the public to play Call of Duty: Ghosts Multiplayer. For those that didn’t get a chance to see it in person, here is what it was like to go inside the Call of Duty: Ghosts Gamescom booth!

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With its large façade and central screen, the Call of Duty: Ghosts booth was hard to miss in Hall 7. On the outer displays, trailer videos played in both English and German.

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Once inside, the first room that fans passed through was “No Man’s Land.” The action on-screen takes place in a devastated San Diego and includes a sequence with Riley, the faithful canine companion of the Ghosts.

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The next room in the queue was “Into the Deep,” which features the game’s underwater level. While the room looked serene in a blue aura, the pace picked up quickly on-screen with some intense underwater action.

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Between each of the themed rooms were open viewing areas, where fans could watch live Multiplayer gameplay on the big screens above.

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Fans then moved into the “Federation Day” room, based on a night mission in a South American skyscraper. This was the first time that this level was shown in public.

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The last stop in the line was the theater, where fans were briefed on some of the new features in Call of Duty: Ghosts Multiplayer.

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It was a great opportunity for fans to not only get off their feet, but also receive some last-minute pointers before jumping into the game themselves!

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Fans pack onto the on-deck steps, awaiting the call to the next available station.

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With over 150 stations setup in the football field-sized booth, fans did not have to wait long before they were in and playing Call of Duty: Ghosts Multiplayer.

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Once they finished their matches, fans were invited to put their likeliness into the Ghosts imagery.

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They could then access the image on their mobile devices and share it to their social media pages.http://www.callofduty.com/content/dam/atvi/callofduty/ghosts/images/12.JPG

 

Also right next to the main booth was the Turtle Beach setup, where fans could test out a pair of the gaming headsets as well as pose for pictures next to an oversized set.

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Thank you to all of the fans that visited the Call of Duty: Ghosts booth at this year’s Gamescom!

 

 

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