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'No Mans Land' Is All About The Dog

If you missed Activision's pre-E3 Call of Duty: Ghosts live stream, you may still be wondering why everyone is fawning over "the dog." Riley (the canine companion who made his debut during the Xbox One reveal) is an invaluable member of your small team. The extended trailer below shows why.

Riley can stealthily prowl around enemies, picking off lone guards one by one. He's also used in some of the set piece moments that the franchise is known for, as you'll see at the end of the video. Be sure to also read our coverage from E3 2013.

Call of Duty: Ghosts arrives for PC, Xbox 360, and PlayStation 3 on November 5, 2013. PlayStation 4 and Xbox One versions will come later.


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  • The only reason I would buy an Xbox One would be if they allowed my dog to play this game by having Kinect 2.0 sense his movements and move accordingly.
  • Thats a totally OP beastass pimp dog.
  • I'm gonna go out on a limb now, and say something bad happens to the dog towards the end of the campaign.
  • This was all well and good, but where's the trailer for the fish AI?
  • Nobody care about the campaign .. Everyone just want to play the multiplayer
  • i heard you can choose to play solely as the dog the whole game. he even answers mission briefing with "rover" and "right raggy."

    EDIT: the only way i can see this game being cool is if they have an all dog 60 player multiplay matches.
  • Dang it, I was hoping his name was Scooby and you play as Sgt. Shaggy throughout the game.
  • I'm really sick of that dog. They are going to hype the dog so much that when the dog finally gets shot and dies nobody will care.
  • Wow, a dog that controls like the turret drone in MW3! So revolutionary.
  • Man Riley looks like a straight up badass. Pretty much did most of the work in that gameplay segment. Lol
  • woof.
  • A great story and awesome Multiplayer.

    That's all I want from this game.

  • Oh look, they still sprint like idiots...
  • im a huge call of duty fan and will most likely get ghosts but its sad that this is activision's case for a next-gen shooter. they need to step it up.
  • If this video is any indication, I really don't see how the dog is going to change up anything at all. Aside from the change in perspective and a few stealthy-dog sequences, it all feels exactly as before (albeit from a soldier perspective). I guess there could be some "emotional weight" behind having a dog by your side; given the nature of the CoD gameplay, though, I highly doubt there will be any lasting impact. My perception could change with more information, but as of now, the dog seems pretty overhyped.
  • While I plan on getting BF4, I may get this too if I can name him Dogmeat!
  • This is actually makes me kind of sad I don't want to think of animals getting in hurt in the army over a stupid war, I never taught it was good for people getting hurt either, but to put this game out for children to play is really disturbing.
  • Am I the only one who doesn't care AT ALL about that dog?
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