Activision today released the Call of Duty: Ghosts Devastation DLC Pack to the PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3 and PC. This second DLC Pack for Call of Duty: Ghosts features four multiplayer maps, the hybrid “Ripper” SMG/Assault Rifle and allows players to become The Predator. Devastation also includes the next chapter in Extinction’s four-part story, “Episode 2: Mayday”, which sends players in pursuit of Captain Archer in an attempt to uncover what’s become of Dr. Cross.
According to the press release, the Devastation DLC multiplayer maps include:
Ruins: A multi-level Mayan temple suited for both long-range weapons and close-quarters combat. Skilled players that find and complete the map’s unique Field Order will have the ability to become one of Hollywood’s most formidable action film stars and the galaxy’s ultimate hunter, the deadly Predator.
Collision: The mangled remains of a cargo ship that’s crashed into a New York City bridge, this map’s tight corridors are made-up of burned-out vehicles and demolished shipping containers, creating a perfect space for run-and-gun players.
Behemoth: Players battle atop a massive excavation platform in South America, with lengthy sight lines ideal for long-range weapons, while the confined interiors of the platform’s control rooms make for intense SMG and Shotgun encounters.
Unearthed: A reimagined version of the fan-favorite map “Dome” from Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3, “Unearthed” is full of new secrets and Cryptid artifacts for players to discover in this compact, versatile map, great for all play types.
The Call of Duty: Ghosts Devastation DLC Pack is available on its own for the SRP of $14.99 or as part of the discounted Call of Duty: Ghosts DLC Season Pass. For more information on the Devastation DLC Pack, visit the official website.
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