Another year, another Call of Duty. You know how this stuff works; we get another title which finds new ways to lead you through bombastic set pieces. After sitting through a demo today at E3, I can confidently say you can still expect that kind of stuff in Call of Duty: Ghosts. What actually stood out in the demo, amusingly enough, was the fauna of Call of Duty: Call of Duty Dog and the not-so-impressive Call of Duty fish.
Riley, as you might recall, is based on real life canines used by Navy SEALS. You can give him commands and he'll do his best to tear out the throats of your enemies. I saw this in action today: the player sends the dog ahead of the squad, Riley hides in the grass and waits for an opportune moment to attack. During these segments, the perspective is based on Riley's camera—which makes it seem as if you're looking through Riley's eyes.