Megan Fox Cameos in "Call of Duty: Ghosts" Live-Action Trailer

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    Actress Megan Fox in the live-action trailer for the video game "Call of Duty: Ghosts"

    Memo to gamers everywhere: don't mess with Megan Fox!

    The "Transformers" vixen makes a brief appearance in the live-action trailer for the highly anticipated video game, "Call of Duty: Ghosts" and we'd say she's definitely not gun shy.

    The teaser dubbed "Epic Night Out" is set to Frank Sinatra's classic "I'm Gonna Live Till I Die," and directed by James Mangold ("The Wolverine," "Walk the Line").

    It follows four buddies who embark on an action-packed adventure through a decimated Las Vegas of the future. Armed to the teeth with all kinds of heavy weaponry, the quartet evade a helicopter gunship, then race their way through a casino while being chased by a hit squad.

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    After blowing a hole through the side of the building, they escape to a rooftop where they encounter a calm and collected Fox as she reloads a high-powered rifle and saves one of them by shooting down a nasty-looking drone.

    The "Hangover"-esque nature of the live-action clip and Activision's recruitment of the 27-year-old actress is undoubtedly a surefire way to get its male fan base excited. Not to mention the fact that "Ghosts" marks the first time gamers can play a female soldier in the multiplayer mode.

    The 10th installment in the popular first-person shooter franchise, the story revolves around a retired army captain (voiced by "Avatar's" Stephen Lang) who leads the Ghosts, a clandestine Specials Ops unit, behind enemy lines in a post-superpower America partially destroyed by a superweapon taken over by the villainous "Federation."

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    Fox is the latest celeb to cameo in a "Call of Duty" trailer following such stars as Robert Downey Jr., Jonah Hill, and Sam Worthington. Eminem also contributed a new anthem, "Survival," to the game as well.

    "Call of Duty: Ghosts" hits stores worldwide on Nov. 5 and will be available for PlayStation 3 and 4, Wii U, Xbox 260 and Xbox One among other consoles.

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