Call of Duty: Ghosts' Fourth and Final Expansion Teased in New Video

Check out a short teaser video for the game's upcoming Nemesis expansion.

Activision today released a teaser trailer for Nemesis, the fourth and final expansion for Infinity Ward's 2013 first-person shooter Call of Duty: Ghosts. The 15-second trailer is a wild montage of images for what appear to be score streaks.

You'll also notice that at the very end, the "g" and the "s" in the word "Ghosts" come into focus last, which makes the word "host" flash on the screen for a brief moment. How or if this is tied to the Nemesis expansion for Call of Duty: Ghosts remains to be seen.

The Nemesis expansion follows previously released add-ons for Call of Duty: Ghosts, including Onslaught, Devastation, and Invasion. All four expansions are included with the $50 Call of Duty: Ghosts season pass or can be purchased separately for $15 each.

Activision has not announced a release date for Nemesis. When it does arrive, however, it will be exclusive to Xbox platforms for a period of 30 days per Activision's longstanding arrangement with Microsoft.

The next Call of Duty game is November's Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare, which developer Sledgehammer Games says is "not the same old Call of Duty." Characters in Advanced Warfare can wear exoskeletons that grant players superabilities. We will get to see how these abilities, like increased dexterity and super-jumping, affect multiplayer when Activision takes the lid off the mode on August 11.

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derceto
derceto

Gripping trailer.   I squeezed the milk out of my carton in sheer excitement without even realizing it.  That's advertising power.

kye-mc
kye-mc

Who even plays this now? I thought Ghosts was okay, much better than mw3 + black ops 2 but it was still missing the great map design, you know like maps you will always remember. The only memorable one was sovereign which I really enjoy playing on, the rest are either garbage, unoriginal or just okay. 

hope4redemption
hope4redemption

It would make more sense to fix the problems in the game, but since some can't throw their money away fast enough, Activision is more than willing to provide the receptacle to collect the cash.

roler42
roler42

Teasing for a trailer for DLC... I would love it if devs would just stop wasting our damn time

bopacker
bopacker

I'll bet a couple dozen people actually are willing to pay for this.  Poor, foolish folks who are unwittingly victims to the map pack format that has led them to pay over $100 for the same game several years in a row.  Oh, a new call of duty that's the same as the old one..."here are some old maps for the new same old call of duty....here are a couple new maps that are really just reiterations of old ones....now pony up, fools, we will continue to provide you with the annual minimum and you will continue to give us more money for it!....muwahahahahaha!"

NVe27
NVe27

Quick guess casino map or carnival map with field orders of killer clowns.

mrsutnak
mrsutnak

Ghosts is the worst COD  i ever played nothing more to say

PikminWorld
PikminWorld

That was one of the most life changing trailers ever.

Darkhol0w
Darkhol0w

Wait..people still play Ghosts? Well..ok then.

rawkstar007
rawkstar007

WTH was that? That wasn't even a tease. That was nothing. Absolutely nothing.  What were we supposed to learn/infer/speculate as a result of watching that?

exedeath
exedeath

@bopacker I got all the map packs for free, and as much as you are harping on COD, Madden and Mario have done it much longer.

GinsuVictim
GinsuVictim

@bopacker Or, I don't know, some of us actually enjoy the hell out of it and are okay with spending money on it.

179107199999
179107199999

@exedeath @bopacker Mario games have always been different. Look at Super mario Bros 1-3 on the NES (the very 1st SMB sequel though was the same as the 1st but trickier) Then look at Super Mario World and its sequel.Every Mario game that came out has a formula but provides different gameplay mechanics to reach that end. In CoD and Madden. Not much really changed annnnd they get put out every year. On top of that Mario has more different games. LOL you never saw a CoD cart racing game have you? No Mario is always different 

179107199999
179107199999

@GinsuVictim @bopacker The problem is that you keep throwing money at it. It would be best if consumers like you would wait and speak with your wallet and give honest feedback. That will force developers to actually make a good game and ensure that its complete. Too many consumers aren't willing to wait and literally buy the worst deal.They're like sheep.

NVe27
NVe27

If they do they clowns scary enough it would be!

dirtydishes23
dirtydishes23

@illage2 @mrsutnak  1.) Black Ops 2

                                   2.)   WAW

                                    3.)   COD 4

                                    4.)   Black ops 1

                                    5.)   MW2

                                    6.)   Ghosts 

                                    7.)   MW3


I have not been enjoying COD much lately, but can honestly say i am pumped as for Advanced Warefare

bopacker
bopacker

I do not disagree with you, this is an industry problem.  It just shows how much they really care about their consumers...I'm just glad there are places, like steam, who have annual sells where you can get games for what they really should be worth.  The makers are just riding the coat tails of a good franchise they created more than a decade ago, because they have to invest very little to churn out another and it will be a best seller, in spite of it's antiquated model.  The best games take years to develop and aren't perennial.


GinsuVictim
GinsuVictim

@179107199999 "The problem is that you keep throwing money at it."
Not a problem for me. I enjoy what I get for my money.

GinsuVictim
GinsuVictim

@bopacker "The best games take years to develop and aren't perennial."
CoD games were on a two year cycle and now they are on a three year cycle.

179107199999
179107199999

@GinsuVictim @179107199999 Pay more for less content. Honestly even though you enjoy it shouldn't have to be forced to pay as much as you have. You paid more than what that game costs.Funny how you say it not your problem however all you're doing is letting companies know you don't care. That affects all of us. Prime examples were Resident Evil 6 and Acecombat Assault Horizon. Companies see the majority of consumers as mindless sheep that they can fleece anytime. That let's them know they can keep holding out on consumers and keep making half finished games. You're right its no problem for you however its holding back how GOOD games are developed. 

bopacker
bopacker

Uhh...no they're not...they are released anually...Call of Duty Black Ops - November 2010, Modern Warfare 3 - released November 2011, Black Ops 2 - released November 2012, Ghosts - released November 2013, Advanced Warfare - set for release soon

GinsuVictim
GinsuVictim

@179107199999 I wouldn't call it half-finished. The campaign, Extinction, Squads, and MP are well worth the $60. The steady flow of DLC during the year ensures they are constantly updating the game to fix issues and add features, rather than just dumping a game like some developers do. The DLC isn't even required, but I get the season pass because I enjoy having new stuff to play with.

GinsuVictim
GinsuVictim

@bopacker There are now three developers making three different series of Call of Duty games, with one from each company coming out every three years. It was two series every two years up until now.

bopacker
bopacker

So you're saying that they are perennial now?  I don't care who developed the map pack, it's sort of irrelevant.  They could pass around a dev kit and have teens churn out the same result, if not better. And i'm not referring to the format of selling map packs, i'm referring to every call of duty sequel as a glorified $60 map pack...just to clarify

GinsuVictim
GinsuVictim

@bopacker People who actually play CoD will tell you that each game is quite different. If it was the same game every time, they wouldn't say, "I wish this was more like the first Modern Warfare" or "Ghosts sucks" or "Advanced Warfare looks like a return to what worked"

bopacker
bopacker

That's strange...I stopped playing call of duty because they were all the same...A tweak with the controls here, a different weapon type or drop there...that's all.  Otherwise, they're just different maps and different weapon packs cut and pasted into the same game

bopacker
bopacker

My beef with the franchise is that my game should last longer.  I only really enjoyed the multiplayer and it only lasts a year before all the players migrate to the next game...I have games that are 12 years old that i still play, but a call of duty game from last year is already obsolete, with no players left.  I could buy the next game, but why would i want to do that?  It's the same.  I'm not just hating on cod players, I just want my money's worth.  A good game should provide enjoyment for years not months

bopacker
bopacker

MW3 was the last COD i bought, but i played Black Ops 2 and Ghosts a few times.  I didn't not enjoy MW3, btw...just got bored with it really fast

GinsuVictim
GinsuVictim

@bopacker  "I only really enjoyed the multiplayer and it only lasts a year before all the players migrate to the next game...I have games that are 12 years old that i still play, but a call of duty game from last year is already obsolete, with no players left."

Black Ops 2 tends to have more players than Ghosts.
I own every CoD since CoD4:MW and have no problems with matchmaking.

bopacker
bopacker

I only play on pc and the games that the franchise no longer support are full of hackers and cheaters...no gaming console here, nor any desire to ever have one.  I downloaded the next 2 call of duties when steam offered them for free for a weekend and I was tired of them after that single weekend.  They weren't different enough from the call of duty games i was already tired of to hold my interest.

bopacker
bopacker

Just to demonstrate how little they've put into the game...it uses a gaming engine developed for quake 3 arena, only modifying it to meet newer graphics standards like directx11 or minor improvements to things like AI.  I think Quake 3 Arena came out like 15 years ago.