It seems to be the general consensus that the dog from Call of Duty: Ghosts, Riley, would die during the game. In response to this, Executive Producer Mark Rubin said:

“Everybody thinks we’re going to kill the dog. Maybe that’s the expected thing we would do, so maybe it’s not what we’ll do? We’ll see. People around here didn’t know, and they had that same sentiment: ‘We better not kill the dog.’ The emotional investment for the dog here has been just as strong as what’s happening out in the public.”

Riley has been a most popular part of Ghosts since its reveal, and Infinity Ward thought about making him more prominent, but decided against it.

“There was a risk of shoehorning the dog into scenes where he wasn’t originally going to be. Fortunately, that only lasted for a few weeks and everybody got back to concentrating on making the game. It’s great that Riley is so popular, but let’s focus on the game. Let’s have Riley make sense and not just put him in space or in a scuba suit.”

Infinity Ward also released the launch trailer for Call of Duty: Ghosts, which you can see below.

Call of Duty: Ghosts will launch on PS3, Xbox 360, and PC on November 5, and will launch on PS4 and Xbox One on their respective launch dates.

For more on Call of Duty: Ghosts and everything Single Player, stay tuned to OnlySP.

Source: PlayStation Extreme via Associated Press

Matt Bianucci
Loves to play all types of games, especially single player games. There are few games Matt won’t play. While he is new to the games journalism industry, he loves to write, talk and play games. He loves to share his opinions with the world through his editorials and reviews. He is PlayStation focused, writing reviews and news about the PS4, PS3, PS Vita and everything else PlayStation. Matt is currently a student based in the United States

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