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Basketball Players Experience Call of Duty: Ghosts

Professional basketball players DeAndre Jordan, Nick Young and Anthony Bennett got an early taste of the next generation of Call of Duty, with Call of Duty: Ghosts at the game’s exclusive, invite-only multiplayer reveal event.

Held Wednesday at the Event Deck at L.A. Live in downtown Los Angeles, the pro players were among the first people in the world to go hands-on with Call of Duty: Ghosts, along with nearly 300 gaming media enthusiasts from around the world.

In addition to joining the attending media at the event, Jordan, Young and Bennett got to play alongside a handful of U.S. Marines and professional, competitive Call of Duty players – all experiencing the new features in the next generation of Call of Duty, including game-changing dynamic map events, new tactical player movements, and an arsenal of new multiplayer maps, game modes, etc.

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“It’s crazy that I’m at this exclusive event,” said Anthony Bennett, #1 overall draft pick of the Cleveland Cavaliers. Bennett continued, “Playing the game with the new features and new maps with the Marines has been very cool, and our team won both times so it’s been a great opportunity.”

Published by Activision Publishing, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Activision Blizzard (Nasdaq: ATVI), Call of Duty: Ghosts will release on Xbox 360 game and entertainment system from Microsoft, PlayStation 3 computer entertainment system, PC and Wii U on November 5.

It will also release on the Xbox One, the all-in one games and entertainment system from Microsoft, and PlayStation 4 computer entertainment system later this year.

Call of Duty: Ghosts is rated M for Mature (Blood, Drug Reference, Intense Violence, Strong Language) by the ESRB.

In the picture above: Professional basketball players DeAndre Jordan, Nick Young and Anthony Bennett attend the Call of Duty: Ghosts Global Multiplayer Reveal Event in Los Angeles, CA.

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