Call of Duty: Ghosts looks expectedly like Call of Duty, with the E3 demo footage released featuring low-talking spec ops soldiers (and oddly-not-quite-next-gen visuals) infiltrating an enemy hideout in somewhere that looks like East Asia or Central America.
But the real reason to watch the demo footage is because it features the Call of Duty dog, your new canine partner for the game. The Call of Duty dog can sneak up behind enemies and incapacitate them (and weirdly, is controlled with a tablet in the game) and you can bark to distract enemies. Battlefield doesn’t have that. Arf!