Call of Duty Ghosts followers patiently ready for the second DLC to reach on Xbox consoles might be happy to study that in the present day the official Major Nelson Xbox web site has introduced the Call of Duty Ghosts Devastation DLC can be arriving on Xbox consoles April third 2014.
The COD Ghosts Devastation DLC brings with it 4 new multiplayer maps along with a brand new tactical P-in-M weapon referred to as The Ripper, which presents gamers a Sub Machine and Assault Rifle in a single. Check out the trailer and map particulars after the leap.
RUINS: A mountaintop Mayan destroy overrun by the jungle, Ruins’ skyline is dominated by an ominous volcano getting ready to eruption. The central temple supplies a key overwatch place, and provides verticality to the subterranean sections beneath the temple’s foundations. These underground sections, cliffside trails and stairwells create a myriad of pathways and flanking routes so gamers won’t ever be removed from the frantic motion.
BEHEMOTH: Situated on an enormous bucket-wheel excavator (BWE), one of many largest automobiles ever created, Behemoth is a slender, multi-degree map. Long sight strains open Behemoth as much as longer-vary weapons, whereas BWE’s core walkways supply tight inside management rooms, ideally suited for many who favor shut-quarters fight. The map’s a number of ranges provides gamers flanking alternatives so there’ll not often be a chance to focus solely in your cross-hairs.
COLLISION: Having collided with a New York bridge, the ensuing wreckage of this cargo ship offers the setting for Collision. With the mangled stays of the bridge, burnt out automobiles, and delivery containers strewn throughout the deck, this map offers the perfect theatre for tight, shut-quarters fight.
UNEARTHED: Inspired by Dome, the fan-favourite map from Call of Duty: Modern Warfare A, Unearthed drops gamers on the coronary heart of an alien dig website. Unearthed lies amidst the shadows of mysterious historic statues, and at its coronary heart is an historic meteorite – the main target of the excavation.
Source: Major Nelson