Activision turned the volume up to 11 with a new Call of Duty: Ghosts trailer, featuring rapper Eminem debuting Survival, a loud and aggressive track from his upcoming fall album. The rapper’s new album, the follow-up to 2010’s Recovery, is expected to be released by the end of the year.

Activision revealed the multiplayer component of its forthcoming Call of Duty: Ghosts during a special presentation in Los Angeles. Afterward, Eminem appeared in a video with news that a Survival video is on the way. The combination of a best-selling rapper and the best-selling video game franchise is a solid PR coup that will help boost visibility for the game.

Activision has worked hard to make this new Call of Duty game special. The sequel has seven new modes, 20 new killstreaks, 30 new weapons and customization features galore, including the ability to fight as a female soldier for the first time in the series. Maps can also dynamically change over the course of the game, as a result of the player’s actions.

“This is the biggest overhaul of multiplayer since the original Call of Duty: Modern Warfare,” said Mark Rubin, Executive Producer, Infinity Ward. “We’re pouring our hearts and souls into making Call of Duty: Ghosts multiplayer the best it can be on next gen and current gen alike. With all the customization options, our new Create-a-Soldier system, dynamic map events, new perks and killstreaks, tactical player animations, new Squads mode, Clan support in-game and on second screen, it’s the complete online experience.”

In addition, two special editions for Ghosts have also been unveiled, including a Hardened edition and a special Prestige edition, which comes with a mountable digital camera that supports 1080p. The game hits the shelves on November 5.

The multiplayer trailer shows off tight editing with Eminem’s track:

Check out the special editions of Call of Duty: Ghosts in this “breachin’” video: