Competition in the gaming industry is always a good thing; it breeds creativity, forces developers to strive for excellence, and just generally leads to better games for us to play. Case in point: Call of Duty: Ghosts‘ newly announced Free Fall game mode.
The above tweet is pulled from the official Call of Duty Twitter account, where a very discreet (seriously not discreet) little shot was fired at EA’s Battlefield 4. It’s accompanied by a new trailer for Call of Duty: Ghosts (which you’ll find below) that showcases the bonus downloadable map “Free Fall”, which is only available with pre-ordered copies of the game [ugh... of course it is. – Ed]. The tweet very obviously refers to Battlefield 4‘s map “Siege of Shanghai” where a huge skyscraper dominates the skyline. The building is accessible for players to have their “disagreements” in, is completely destructible, and looks even better crashing to the ground than it does upright.