After being released on the next-generation Microsoft Xbox One and older Xbox 360 games consoles on June 3rd. Activision has today announced that the new Call of Duty Ghosts Invasion downloadable content for the popular Call of Duty first-person shooter (FPS) video game, will be arriving on the PlayStation Network and PC July 3rd 2014.
Call of Duty: Ghosts gamers who own a PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3 or PC will then be able to enjoy four new multiplayer maps each with a unique field order, plus Awakening, the 3rd instalment in the game’s four-part episodic COD Extinction storyline.
Call of Duty Ghosts Invasion will be available to purchase for $14.99, or as part of the Call of Duty Ghosts DLC Season Pass. The new maps include Departed, Pharaoh, Mutiny and Favela :
Departed: Set in a rural Mexican town during the Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) celebration, players who complete the map’s Field Order will unlock the Death Mariachi killstreak. Armed with dual-wielding pistols, the Death Mariachi settles scores, with each kill turning enemy players into another member of the band, and a temporary squad mate.
Pharaoh: In the abandoned archeological site of an ancient Egyptian palace, players will have to be on the lookout for collapsing monuments and urns full of flesh-eating scarabs, among other surprises in this multi-level map. Players who unlock this map’s Field Order will be handsomely rewarded by Anubis, the half jackal/half human protector of the dead.
Mutiny: A remote Caribbean island harboring an eerie pirate hideout complete with abandoned trading posts and prison cells, where speed and stealth are a must as players navigate the narrow and intertwining pathways. Players that unlock “Mutiny’s” Field Order will find themselves escorted by two ethereal ghost pirates who will happily send enemy players down to Davey Jones’ locker on their behalf.
Favela: A refreshed version of the fan-favorite map from Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2, this Brazilian shantytown has seen substantial change since its original release. Buildings once under construction are now complete, while others have crumbled into a state of disrepair. Players must avoid falling to their death as they traverse the map from one building to the next, avoiding enemy snipers taking advantage of the map’s long sightlines. Players who complete “Favela’s” Field Order can call in air support from a nearby Y-8 Gunship.
Source: ActivisionFiled Under: Gaming News, Playstation, Top News