Activision Releases Call of Duty: Ghosts Season Pass Trailer

Call of Duty: Ghosts’ Season Pass trailer names the four upcoming expansions and reveals more DLC details.

In a press release sent today, Activision gives us a sneak peek at Call of Duty: Ghosts’ Season Pass with a new video detailing what’s in store for buyers. Just like in previous Call of Duty Season Passes, Ghosts will get four expansion packs which are named: Onslaught, Devastation, Invasion, and Nemesis. Each DLC will bring with it four new multiplayer maps, bonus weapons, and a four-part episodic content for CoD: Ghosts’ “Extinction” mode.

If you’re not familiar with Extinction, it’s a four-player cooperative affair where it pits players against various types of alien baddies in a survival-type level. Think of it as Infinity Ward’s own take on Treyarch’s “Zombie” mode but with aliens.

Additionally, those who purchase the Season Pass will now get instant access to the “Free Fall” downloadable multiplayer map, which was originally given away as a pre-order incentive; and a “Team Leader Digital Pack” that comes with a unique multiplayer character head, weapon, reticle, player patch, player card and player background.

Call of Duty: Ghosts’ Season Pass is available now on your preferred digital marketplace for PC, and on PSN and Xbox Live.

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