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Activision had their pre-E3 conference today and unleashed some brand spanking new footage of Call of Duty: I Saw All Of This Last Year, oops, I mean, Call of Duty: Ghosts. The new video segments features an underwater dive from the level "Into the Deep", as players are tasked to take out an enemy submarine, but things don't quite go as planned.
As showcased in the reveal above, players will still take control of another badarse I-can-kill-a-hundred-guys-with-a-single-pistol soldier and lead the fight against an army of invaders trying to thwart freedom and banish your right to kick butt and take names.
Essentially, Call of Duty: Ghosts will evolve the first person shooting experience above and beyond any and every other Call of Duty game. The highlights includes a next-generation modified game engine to allow individual fish-thought AI processing. This means that while you're swimming in the water, the fish will actually move out the way. They've also implemented reactionary fish behavior, so when you begin to shoot the fish will react and respond to the gunfire, just like a real-life fish.
The best part is that they have enhanced the graphics so the fish look and move just like real-life, tropical fish. It's like you're in an aquatic warzone. You won't even have to visit the aquarium anymore...just pop in COD: Ghosts and look at all the pretty fishes.
You can learn more about Call of Duty Ghosts tomorrow during the official kickoff of E3. Additionally, you can visit the official website to learn more.