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A recent post on the game’s official blog details the four distinct classes featured in Extinction mode, the closest thing to Zombies mode in Call of Duty Ghosts.

Extinction mode’s classes should be archetypically familiar to most gamers. The Tank boasts 25 percent more health in order to soak up more damage than his or her teammates. The Engineer, meanwhile, can beef up the drill’s defenses with armor and net the team a bigger cash bonus. The Medic, I imagine, is self-explanatory (if not, he or she revives allies more quickly. ‘Nuff said). Finally, there’s the Weapon Specialist, an offensive specialist capable of dealing 20 percent more bullet damage than the other classes.

Call of Duty: Ghosts launches on Windows PC, PS3, Xbox 360, and Wii U November 5. PlayStation 4 and Xbox One versions will be a part of each system’s launch lineup on November 15 (November 29 in Europe) and November 22, respectively.

EGM’s Call of Duty: Ghosts review will go live tonight/tomorrow morning at 12:01 a.m. PT, so check back after midnight to see how the latest Call of Duty fares.

Infinity Ward Breaks Down Call of Duty: Ghosts Extinction Mode’s Four Classes

By | 11/4/2013 05:01 PM PT

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A recent post on the game’s official blog details the four distinct classes featured in Extinction mode, the closest thing to Zombies mode in Call of Duty Ghosts.

Extinction mode’s classes should be archetypically familiar to most gamers. The Tank boasts 25 percent more health in order to soak up more damage than his or her teammates. The Engineer, meanwhile, can beef up the drill’s defenses with armor and net the team a bigger cash bonus. The Medic, I imagine, is self-explanatory (if not, he or she revives allies more quickly. ‘Nuff said). Finally, there’s the Weapon Specialist, an offensive specialist capable of dealing 20 percent more bullet damage than the other classes.

Call of Duty: Ghosts launches on Windows PC, PS3, Xbox 360, and Wii U November 5. PlayStation 4 and Xbox One versions will be a part of each system’s launch lineup on November 15 (November 29 in Europe) and November 22, respectively.

EGM’s Call of Duty: Ghosts review will go live tonight/tomorrow morning at 12:01 a.m. PT, so check back after midnight to see how the latest Call of Duty fares.

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