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GameStop Lists CoD: Ghosts For Vita

Declassified once again?

The Spanish wing of GameStop has listed a version of Call of Duty: Ghosts for Sony’s handheld. So far, nothing has been confirmed about the Vita version, but given that it’s coming to all current and next generation home consoles, it could be making its way to the system.

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Gamescom is in just two days time, so if we’re going to hear anything about it, we’ll find out then. The game is out in November though, so it’s quite late into development if true, surely.

Now, if this was Tesco I’d be taking this as very likely, as they were the ones who initially leaked Ghosts. But it’s GameStop, who have a history of listing nonsense, such as recently with Assassin’s Creed Rising Phoenix.

It’s an interesting one, anyway, and it’ll be good to see that if it does exist, whether it’s another poorly made spin-off like Black Ops II: Declassified, or a down-specced version of the full game.

Maybe it’s true and, in that case, it shouldn’t be declassified just yet.

  1. cc_star
    Team TSA: Writer
    Since: Forever

    Unless Activision are in receipt of a bounty from Sony I really can’t see them making a full version for Vita and instead if anything does appear for Vita it will most likely be something like Declassified.

    Sony need to get the Vita in more users hands to attract 3rd parties to bring big budget titles to the platform, else they just don’t get their investment back.

    Sony need to lead the way though & hopefully we’ll hear more about that over the next day or two.

    Comment posted on 18/08/2013 at 18:26.
  2. EditorGed
    Since: Aug 2013

    Id welcome an version of CoD to Vita, despite terrible reviews Delassified shipped cosiderably well an moved a few thousand units, and with a half decent version of CoD it could be a system seller.

    Comment posted on 18/08/2013 at 19:24.
  3. Kennykazey
    Since: Mar 2010

    Surely the Vita isn’t powerful enough to handle the advanced fish technology?

    Comment posted on 18/08/2013 at 20:59.
  4. gazzagb
    Master of speling mitakse
    Since: Feb 2009

    People said Declassified (and AC Liberation) would be Vita’s big system seller last year that would get the console started, but it never happened.

    I just can’t see Activision wanting to waste time and money on the console again.

    Comment posted on 18/08/2013 at 21:00.
    • Tuffcub
      On the naughty step.
      Since: Dec 2008

      They didn’t. Sony paid for vita black ops

      Comment posted on 19/08/2013 at 09:33.
      • gazzagb
        Master of speling mitakse
        Since: Feb 2009

        Did they?! Jesus, Sony must of only paid them a tenner, maybe that would explain why it was so bad!

        Comment posted on 19/08/2013 at 16:27.
  5. Sad Panda
    Since: May 2010

    I can’t help but think Sony are missing a trick here. Pay Activision to make a vita COD that links to the PS4 version.

    I’m not talking cross play multiplayer, just one profile that lets you rank up by playing either version of the game. Their are enough COD addicts out there that would snap up the chance to unlock the next perk or level up their gun during their lunch break.

    It would sure as hell sell a few Vitas if the sold with a bundled copy of the game.

    Comment posted on 18/08/2013 at 21:00.
  6. SpikeyMikey23
    Since: Jul 2009

    Lets hope its either been given to Guerilla to do…….. or the devs have at least spent some time with them and learnt how to do a FPS on vita!#

    Both highly unlikely

    Comment posted on 19/08/2013 at 08:21.

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