Mo-Capped Dogs Confirmed
Call Of Duty: Ghosts took to the Xbox One stage to reveal our first look at their next-generation engine, which seems to do a fantastic job of handling foliage and facial expressions (the latter of which is odd for a game about "masked warriors," but hey ho). Infinity Ward promise that it will be the "best" and "most emotional" Call Of Duty game to date, with writing duties falling to Stephen Gaghan (Traffic, Syriana).
You can watch the gameplay trailer above and hit the jump for the more detailed behind-the-scenes dev diary - along with some more details.
Alongside entirely new characters brought to live by detailed character models and 60FPS animations, you'll also form a close relationship with a motion-captured dog. We half expected Peter Molyneux to leap out from backstage. We assume that you'll also shoot people, perhaps with guns.
Naturally it will release on Xbox One, while DLC will once again be a timed Microsoft exclusive. Since Ghosts has been dated for November 5th on current-gen consoles, it will probably be a launch title.