Call of Duty is an institution. With its annual release strategy landing every November without fail for the last nine years, it has built up a following virtually unmatched in the world of entertainment. A series built on a single-player campaign with explosive cinematic set-pieces and perhaps more importantly a hectic multiplayer experience that pumps the body with adrenaline, constantly alert, constantly on the hunt for that miraculous sniping shot or insane kill-streak reward. Call of Duty: Ghosts does not tamper with the formula, fans will receive what they expect yet, with the world moving on to the next generation of consoles, many could perhaps be wanting more and Call of Duty: Ghosts is too formulaic to offer this. It is a victim of its own institution in a world that is quickly moving forwards.