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article imageActivision confirms E3 lineup, including Call of Duty: Ghosts

By Oliver VanDervoort     Jun 7, 2013 in Technology
E3 is on the horizon and game companies are starting to make their lineups known. Today, Activision has announced their featured titles.
Among the games that shown off at their booth will be Call of Duty: Ghosts, Destiny and the next generation of Skylanders.
While none of these games are complete unknowns, it will be nice to finally get a really good look at some of the most anticipated titles of the fall and winter. Ghosts might be the most anticipated of the group among the adult gamer crowd, Skylanders could actually be the breakout hit of the trio. There is a reason why this is now the third iteration of this series in the last two years.
The fact that the game needs actual figures in order to play means that Activision is seeing added revenues from multiple streams. Kids love the game because they can play with the characters even when mom and dad have told them to turn off the television.
Call of Duty: Ghosts
Call of Duty: Ghosts is set in a sort of nightmare future where some sort of catastrophic event has changed the balance of power in the world. The game is set for current generation consoles as well as the PS4 and Xbox One.
COD: Ghosts is due out on the market in November.
Destiny
Destiny appears to be a pretty ambitious title and we will get to see the first playable footage of this game on Monday. The game is set in a world that is seeing the end of earth. One group of guardians is set to try and defend the final city.
The game will be available in February and will be available on current and next generation consoles.
Skylanders Swap Force
Skylanders Swap Force will have quite a few of the features that the series' fans love. The big difference here is that the figures will be able to be taken apart and the top and bottoms will be swapped. This means that kids can make their own combinations and there are reported to be 256 different combos.
This game is also due early in 2014.
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