Call of Duty: Ghosts DLC to add white wolf dog skin – report

Tuesday, 10th December 2013 09:41 GMT By Dave Cook

Call of Duty: Ghosts looks like it’s getting some white wolf micro-DLC that transforms your guard dog killstreak into a snarling mess of bloody teeth and snowdrop fur.

The above image was snapped by Reddit user beta_crater, who appears to be some sort of games retail employee. “The Wolf” skins is aid to launch December 12 at $3.

Crater wrote, “It’s $3 where I am,” he writes in the comment section of the related Reddit thread. “That’s to cover the tax they charge now on the Xbox Marketplace since converting to real money. Just letting everyone know that the Wolf skin won’t be out until December 12th! We pulled the case off the shelf for now, but it’ll definitely be available on the 12th, at least for the 360 (and probably XB1)!”

It follows our report on this Call of Duty: Ghosts Christmas jumper weapon camo.

Via MP1st.



  1. fengato

    Lol – hope this is a success- feel conflicted when shooting all the fidos wandering about. :-D

    #1 1 year ago
  2. JackTheFaux

    Damn dogs! This skin looks pretty cool. I’d definitely like to see something more over the top though. Also, I feel that if the free Holiday skin pack doesn’t have a dog skin, it should have one of it’s own. Alternatively, it should just include this one.

    #2 1 year ago
  3. Hcw87

    NEXT GEN HORSE ARMOR. And people will buy it.

    Keep supporting this game, and it will continue to plague the industry.

    #3 1 year ago
  4. bradk825

    Hopefully Season Pass will get it included, but they didn’t include micro-DLC with the BO2 one so probably not.

    #4 1 year ago
  5. Mineral4r7s

    People considering buying this should really read this:

    and everyone else too.

    #5 1 year ago
  6. TheWulf


    So you’re okay shooting at wild animals, who feel and suffer in the same way that a domesticated animal would, but you find violence against domestic animals offputting?

    I’m sorry, but that is some seriously fucked up shit right there.

    If you’re going to be put off by depictions of violence, then you shouldn’t limit it just to domestic dogs, it means you have some very wrong wrongness going on up top.

    And people wonder why gamers worry me.

    Edit: And the ‘ability to tell reality from fantasy’ argument doesn’t apply, here, because the person I’m replying to is clearly unable to do that.

    If they feel bad for doing this, then it feels real to them. If it feels real to them, then it shows their attitude regarding real world animals.

    This is something I’m just going to archive as a clipping, frankly. :P

    Not all gamers can tell the difference.

    #6 1 year ago
  7. Gekidami


    #7 1 year ago
  8. Ireland Michael

    @6 Stop taking passing comments on the internet so bloody seriously.

    #8 1 year ago
  9. manamana

    $3 for a killstreak skin … yeah kids, spend your money! Acti loves you.

    #9 1 year ago

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