Essentially the upgrade will run gamers $10 extra –– or 10 pounds in the U.K. or 10 Euros elsewhere in Europe –– and can be obtained in a variety of ways.
Through the Xbox Game Ahead Program, Xbox gamers will be able to purchase a “disc-less dual license” for roughly $70, offering two digital copies of the game for the Xbox 360 and the Xbox One.
Also, Xbox fans will be able to download both consoles’ versions of the game through the Xbox Marketplace, which comes out to about $50 for the Xbox 360 version and $10 for the Xbox One version.
PS3 users will be offered similar deals through retail locations or the PlayStation Store, and hard copies of the game will come with a download code for the PS4 for $10.
There are a variety of variables with retailers and the deals they offer, which you can check out here, but one certainty is that the next-gen upgrade must be made by March.
Call of Duty: Ghosts hits shelves for PC, PS3, Wii U and Xbox 360 on Nov. 5. PS4 and Xbox One versions will accompany the console launches.