'Call of Duty: Ghosts' season pass announced, includes four new maps

On Friday, Activision announced the latest in its line of downloadable content subscriptions with Call of Duty: Ghosts' Season Pass. The publisher released a teaser trailer detailing the pass, which includes four new DLC packs, each containing an individual multiplayer map as well as bonus weapons and a new four-part Extinction campaign.

The release dates for the new DLC packs, entitled 'Onslaught', 'Devastation', 'Invasion' and 'Nemesis', have not yet been announced - though they are expected to launch as timed exclusives on the Xbox 360 and Xbox One. In addition to giving players immediate access to the four DLC packs, those who purchase the pass will also gain access to exclusive content including a new bonus multiplayer map, Freefall, as well as a new weapon skin, reticle and playercard background. Activision has preemptively priced the pack at an MSRP of $49.99, on par with the pricing of their previous season passes. 

According to Xbox Wire Staff, players who purchased the Season Pass for the Xbox 360 may upgrade to the Xbox One version before May 31st, 2013 at no additional cost - a feature awaited by many who are looking to purchase a member of the newest console generation in the future. 

The new teaser trailer can be viewed below:

Source: Xbox Wire

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season pass to an old engine where they couldnt be bothered to do alot with it.... must be next gen!! old engine tweak it a bit and use dx11 gfx instead of 9/10 is not next gen. Dunno if they licensed the engine or what but CoD needs an overhaul soon as i loaded ghosts up i knew it was an old engine with "sharper" gfx i.e. dx 11

contrary to some reviewers i liked the story but it seemed to close to G.I. Joe 2, Odin i.e. whatever they used the kinetic tungsten rods to do nuclear type damage but without the fallout. seems like they ripped off the film tbh

Fps games lost their luster since cs:s to me. Too damn mainstream it seems now. And rewards for playing every minute of your life should NEVER exist in any game, aside from just your own skill going up.

Where does it say in that video that there's only one map per pack?!

Please tell me?

It says "maps" with a picture of "a" map but there's only "a" gun too, that doesn't mean there's only gonna be one gun.

Why not just wait until the proper announcement before throwing your rattle out the pram?

PsYcHoKiLLa said,
Where does it say in that video that there's only one map per pack?!

Please tell me?

It says "maps" with a picture of "a" map but there's only "a" gun too, that doesn't mean there's only gonna be one gun.

Why not just wait until the proper announcement before throwing your rattle out the pram?

The 50$ pricetag still doesn't really justify their greed.

Does anyone else look back fondly on games like UT2003/4 where a map editor/creator tool came with the game and there were literally thousands of maps available......FREE?

you know, community made, hobbyists, tinkerers, along with the game devs themselves?

sure loads were crap, some wierd, but loads and loads of popular and amazing maps made by talented people just for ****s n giggles.

i remember that, and what i see today along with the speed its been accepted is awful it truly is.

Miss Soldier of Fortune II SO much. Those had some brilliant custom maps, AND people played them. Now you get DLC and just find tumble weed rolling around.

no,each of the 4 DLC packs for BLOPS2 had 4 maps each,plus some additional zombie maps+modes. this is complete bull**** if true. I love ghosts MP,but I was looking forward to a lot more map content than this.