COD: Ghosts – Unofficial Ghosts RAM Fix Makes Multiplayer Playable On Systems With Less Than 6GB RAM

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And here is comes a new challenger. A couple of days ago, a Ramfix was released for Activision’s Call of Duty: Ghosts. Yes, that tool (or should we say ‘cracked’ executable file) allowed the game to run on systems with less than 6GB of RAM, however the only mode that was available was its Single Player mode. Modder ‘master131’ has come to the rescue though and released a new tool that unlocks the RAM requirement, makes both SP and MP available, and does not alter the game’s executable files.

Those interested can download the latest version of this tool – called¬†Ghosts RAM Fix – from here. As the modder noted, those that have previously used other RAM fixes (such as Steam006’s solution) will have to verify their game cache by following these steps, otherwise the tool may not work.

1. Load Steam
2. From the Library section, right-click on the game (Call of Duty: Ghosts – Multiplayer) and select Properties from the menu.
3. Select the Local files tab and click the Verify integrity of game cache… button.
4. Steam will verify the game’s files – this process may take several minutes.
5. Once the process is completed, the Check Window will automatically exit.

In related news, a new FOV tool has appeared that works in both the SP and MP mode. Created by byAgentRev, maker of the tool for MW2 and MW3, this new FOV changer can be downloaded from here.

Last but not least, Infinity Ward has released an update for Call of Duty: Ghosts, though there is no changelog as of yet for it. In case you’re wondering then no – this update does not remove the 6GB requirement.


John Papadopoulos

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