13. Call of Duty: Ghosts (2013)
Although Call of Duty: Ghosts’ single player campaign had some good set pieces and action, the game’s story about a Middle Eastern oil crisis and a South American federation threatening the US wasn’t great. But still, this was the first Call of Duty game to be released for the new-gen consoles, and it did feature great graphics, particularly on the PS4.
Regarding the multiplayer, the huge number of options for customizing player classes and large number of perks added depth, although it did made the multiplayer less accessible to newbie players. But a cooperative multiplayer mode set in rural America featuring aliens (instead of zombies…) was solid, although it is clear that Ghosts overall isn’t the best Call of Duty entry to date.