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Post by Eorl @ 09:26am 22/01/14 | 0 Comments
Activision is well known for going big when it comes to Call of Duty trailers, especially the live action ones which have featured a number of high-paying movie stars or tv show personalities, so it comes as no surprise that just the same is being done for Call of Duty: Ghosts.

Titled "CODNapped", the trailer features familiar face Stephen Graham, who you may recall in Boardwalk Empire or Snatch among many others, leading a gang of elite squad members as they go about kidnapping brodudes that are caught up in the real world in hopes that they can spend just a bit of time playing the new Onslaught DLC for Ghosts.

Surprisingly the trailer isn't that cringe worthy, and features a good snippet of actual gameplay for those wondering what the four new maps look like in action. Check it out below. Onslaught will be available first on Xbox come January 29th, with other platforms to follow.

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