Earlier this week Activision revealed the multiplayer for their much anticipated "Call of Duty: Ghosts." With the various changes normally seen from year to year, it's neither a step in the right or wrong direction - it's just Call of Duty.
With that said, a real question many have is the connections. With the next generation coming up fast, the demo footage running on Xbox One spec'd PC's, and constant complaints of connection issues from past games, many wondered if Activison will finally pony up for dedicated servers this go around.
Sadly, when Mark Rubin was asked about dedicated servers, he declined to answer. He may not have to though, as a host migration was caught during one of the allotted gameplay captures given to several YouTubers. A sure tell sign of what we all dread - peer 2 peer connections once again.
I want to be clear, this does not confirm that the final build will be peer-2-peer, but as of right now it seems that way. Check out the sourced video below, about 4:55 in, to see for yourself.