Unlike other Call of Duty games, COD Ghosts doesn’t use the pick 10 system. Instead Ghosts uses a slightly alternate version called Create-A-Soldier. It’s likely that the COD Ghosts 2 Create-A-Soldier system will be slightly adjusted but we think it will mostly be the same as the original Ghosts game.
Below, we detail everything we think we know so far on the weapons, equipment, perks, and more on the Create-A-Soldier System we’ll be seeing in Ghosts 2.
COD Ghosts 2 Create-A-Soldier System – Weapons
The first customization options in the COD Ghosts 2 Create-A-Soldier system are the weapons. Firstly players will be able to choose their primary weapon. There will be a number of different primary weapons to choose from, including assault rifles, submachine guns, light machine guns, sniper rifles, shotguns, marksman rifles and the riot shield. Each primary weapon can have up to three attachments, a custom red dot sight and a camo.
Next players will be able to choose their secondary weapon – usually players go for handguns (pistols) but there are sometimes other weapons available too, such as grenade launchers. The secondary weapons can also have attachments, camo and a custom red dot sight.
COD Ghosts 2 Create-A-Soldier System – Equipment
Next in the COD Ghosts 2 Create-A-Soldier system is the equipment. Players can choose between a number of lethal items. (grenades, knives, C4 etc.) The equipment section also includes a slot for tactical items. In Call of Duty Ghosts players could choose between a 9-bang, a concussion grenade, a smoke grenade, a trophy system, a motion sensor and a thermo-grenade. We expect to see all of these items to return in COD Ghosts 2, alongside new additions.
COD Ghosts 2 Create-A-Soldier System – Perks
Players can also choose a number of perks in COD Ghosts 2’s Create a Soldier system and choose their killstreaks. The perks in COD Ghosts 2 can affect the other equipment you can equip, add additional abilities, such as the option to run quietly, or add additional options on the create a soldier page. Obviously the number of perks you can equip is limited but you will have to choose carefully between what items and perks you add to your character. There is a limited number of attachments, perks, weapons and equipment you can add and each of these count towards your overall limit.