The lights are on
Activision has released a new trailer for Call of Duty: Ghosts, with a focus on the traditionally bombastic single-player campaign. The clip shows a battle in space, as well as the effects on Earth following a devastating attack.
Fans of the game's canine companion, Riley, will likely appreciate the quick shot of him yanking an enemy from a helicopter.
For more on the game's multiplayer, take a look at our video impressions.
Look for the game on current-gen consoles on November 5, on November 14 for PlayStation 4, and on November 22 on the Xbox One.
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One of the most unexpected side-effects of Activision and Infinity Ward promoting this year's Call of Duty game is the popularity of an in-game dog named Riley and the importance of fish AI. Starting with the debut making-of trailer at the Xbox One reveal event, the internet latched on to the absurdity and charm of a dog being a member of your squad in Call of Duty: Ghosts. Bets were soon placed on the odds of that dog surviving throughout a game that aims to create a more "emotional" experience for the player. While visiting the studio, we spoke with Infinity Ward's executive producer Mark Rubin about the story behind the memes from the studio's point of view.