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Call of Duty Ghosts iOS countdown app includes videos

We already know that Call of Duty Ghosts has been confirmed as the next game in the popular franchise, and we also know when the COD Ghosts release date will be, but for those who are counting down the days until the big event, then we may have something of interest for you.

Call of Duty Ghosts iOS countdown app — Okay, let’s get the bad news out of the way first, as the price of this app is $2.99, which is not what you want to hear. However, for this price you get the aforementioned countdown for your time zone, as well as many other features, such as Call of Duty Ghosts videos.

These videos will consist of teasers, video trailers and even COD Ghosts gameplay, as and when they are made available. There’s also a game info section, where you will have access to the latest pictures along with their descriptions.

One of the best features has to be the Call of Duty Ghosts news category, as you will gain access to the most up-to-date information as it’s released, as the news is pushed to the app in real-time direct to your iOS device. This is very different to similar apps in the past, as you would have had to update them in order to get the latest news.

We just like to say that this is an unofficial Call of Duty Ghosts app, and so is not associated with Activision or Infinity Ward. If you do not wish to pay the $2.99 fee, then you can always come back to Product Reviews, where our gaming specialist Alan Ng will keep you fully abreast of the latest COD Ghosts news and rumors.

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Written by Peter Chubb

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