Pre-Order Call of Duty: Ghosts for Free Fall Bonus Multiplayer Map

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Your bonus downloadable content prize for pre-ordering Call of Duty: Ghosts on any platform, current or next-gen, will be the “Free Fall” multiplayer map.

The Free Fall map will be a showpiece for the new dynamic map event mechanic. One of the game’s main selling-point multiplayer features, dynamic map events will alter the battlefield in real-time as a match progresses. In Free Fall, which will take place in a crumbling skyscraper, that means players will be shooting it out in a building that’s constantly shifting and collapsing. From Activision’s press release:

As an example of just one of Call of Duty: Ghosts’ new dynamic map events, Free Fall drops players into a shattered skyscraper on the brink of collapse. Sideways staircases climb into the night sky, elevator shafts run along the ground, and what were once windows now form a terrifying glass floor, hundreds of feet above the city streets. Free Fall’s close-quarters combat and frenetic action are then thrown into overdrive as the ruined skyscraper continues to fall throughout the match. With every drop, the accompanying shockwaves cause further destruction, disrupting sightlines and constantly evolving paths and chokepoints as the map changes in real-time.

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Be among the first to experience Free Fall’s dynamic map events by pre-ordering Call of Duty: Ghosts, available November 5th on PC, PS3 and Xbox 360, followed by versions for PS4 and Xbox One later in the year. Find participating pre-order retailers at www.callofduty.com/ghosts/wheretobuy.

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