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Get the Most Out of Your Call of Duty PC Experience
Call of Duty is one of the most popular first-person shooter video games in the world. It’s no surprise that many gamers choose to play it on their PCs. If you’re a PC gamer looking to get the most out of your Call of Duty experience, here are some tips to help you get started.
Optimize Your Graphics Settings
The graphics settings in Call of Duty can make or break your gaming experience. To get the most out of your game, you should make sure that your graphics settings are optimized for your PC. This means adjusting the resolution, texture quality, anti-aliasing, and other settings to ensure that you’re getting the best visuals possible.
Invest in Quality Peripherals
Having quality peripherals such as a mouse, keyboard, and headset can make a huge difference in your gaming experience. Investing in quality peripherals will ensure that you have precise control over your character and can hear all the action clearly.
Utilize Mods and Customizations
One of the best ways to get more out of your Call of Duty experience is to utilize mods and customizations. There are a variety of mods available for Call of Duty that can enhance your gameplay or add new features. You can also customize your character with different skins and accessories to make them stand out from other players.
By following these tips, you’ll be able to get the most out of your Call of Duty PC experience. Optimizing your graphics settings, investing in quality peripherals, and utilizing mods and customizations will help ensure that you have an enjoyable gaming experience every time you play.
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Who is Ghost in Modern Warfare 2?
By far the best character in the series.
Call of Duty has given FPS fans some of the best characters in gaming history. Modern Warfare has blessed us with Captain Price and Soap Mactavish, two of the coolest characters in any title. And Viktor Resnov was so impactful among fans in the World at War / Black Ops storyline that they brought him into multiple games set decades apart.
There’s always been one character players held close to their hearts though. Lieutenant Simon “Ghost” Riley is far and away, one of the best characters in gaming history. He’s the Boba Fett of the Call of Duty franchise.
Anyone who’s played any Modern Warfare remembers Ghost.
Without saying much, he captivated each and every CoD player who put their Modern Warfare disc in their console from 2007 to the 2020s.
Who is Ghost in Modern Warfare 2 ?
This masked soldier got his start in the second Modern Warfare title in 2009. Ghost is a British special forces soldier and is known in the CoD world for his famous balaclava sporting a white skull over his face.
Ghost is a part of Task Force 141, alongside Sergeant “Soap” MacTavish, Colonel Alejandro Vargas, Sergeant Kyle “Gaz” Garrick, and the deadly Captain John Price. He’s been a part of both iterations of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 and has been a character skin in multiple other Call of Duty titles.
For those of you who haven’t played the original Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 (2009) , you might want to avoid the next paragraphs, as spoilers await.
Ghost met his unfortunate demise in the 2009 edition of Modern Warfare 2 , thanks to General Shepherd showing his true colors.
Both Ghost and Gary “Roach” Sanderson let down their guards leading to General Shepherd’s betrayal, shooting them both and setting their bodies on fire.
Fortunately, there’s still a chance there could be future installments in the Modern Warfare franchise that’ll explore Ghost’s backstory. He’s a valuable character, and this Dot Esports writer doesn’t think they’d have the guts to kill him off again.
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Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 Writer Would Love To Make An Origin Story For Ghost
It would be pretty cool so see how Ghost donned his iconic mask.
Let's face it, not many of us have faced betrayal like when Shepherd betrayed the team in the original Modern Warfare 2. Not only did he shoot Ghost and Roach in the back, but he also burned their bodies – this is why I have trust issues. This was especially cruel because, despite playing a relatively smaller role, Ghost was just a bloody cool character, with his skull balaclava and overall mystique. And while he'll be making a return in the Modern Warfare 2 reboot, we always wanted to know more about him.
In an interview with IGN , head writer Brian Bloom admitted that a Call of Duty spin-off based on Simon “Ghost” Riley would be "cool". Bloom, along with narrative director Jeffrey Negus revealed what their dream 'Call of Duty one-off' would be, and the answer is the same as that of most COD fans – an origin story for Ghost, and how he put on his cool-as-hell mask, of course.
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"Yeah, I’m going to say it. Ghost’s origin story,” said Bloom. “There are others who would like to do that too. And we think that would be really interesting. And again, that’s kind of where this interview started, that there’s something about that character that’s iconic, but the mask and some of those more superficial elements, as we’ve attempted to build them out here in our current release, where did some of those things come from? And exploring that, and looking at that would be something I think the audience would love, and we would love to get into.”
Indeed, it would be pretty cool to have short story DLCs for each of the members of Price's team – especially Ghost – revealing their origins, or the events leading up to their recruitment by the Captain. Back in 2013, we did get a game called Call of Duty: Ghosts, which even had a guy putting on a skull mask on the cover, but didn't actually feature Simon “Ghost” Riley himself. It turns out the game was actually inspired by the fan-favourite character, but not actually about him. In fact the German Shepherd in the game, Riley, was named after the character's real name.
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