Call of Duty: Ghosts Final DLC Includes a Remake of CoD's Smallest Map Ever
Ride around in a minecart and more on August 5 (if you're an Xbox One or Xbox 360 player).
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The final DLC expansion for Call of Duty: Ghosts has been revealed, with the new Nemesis pack consisting of four maps and a concluding episode to the game's Extinction mode.
Following the release of a short teaser video yesterday, Activision formally announced the Nemesis DLC today, which will be available first on Xbox platforms next Tuesday, August 5. The four DLC maps include one that lets you ride around in a minecart (even if you don't like Call of Duty, that has to sound fun) and another that is a remake of the smallest map ever created for a Call of Duty game, Modern Warfare's Shipment.
The four maps, all of which are described as "small-to-medium" in size:
- Goldrush -- set in an abandoned gold mine, complete with two minecarts that move around the map and kill players that they hit
- Subzero -- set in a submarine base with a killstreak that allows players to call in a deadly blizzard
- Dynasty -- set in a Chinese village with a returning map-specific killstreak from Modern Warfare 2, a VTOL air strike
- Showtime -- a reimagined version of Call of Duty 4's Shipment set in a "futuristic death arena"
Along with the four competitive multiplayer maps is the fourth episode for Extinction mode, entitled Exodus. It will provide players with new weapons to craft and new enemy types to face off against, including the Ancestors--the main villains in Extinction.
Like other DLC packs, Nemesis is included as part of the $50 season pass, but will also sold on its own for $15.
Does any of the new content in Nemesis interest you, or are you just ready to see what Activision shows off from Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare's multiplayer mode on August 11? Let us know in the comments.