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CoD: Ghosts’ Nemesis DLC hitting PS3, PS4, and PC early September

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Posted on August 22, 2014 AT 01:58am

Infinity Ward has announced that Call of Duty: Ghosts‘ final DLC pack, Nemesis, will be available on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 4, and PC early next month.

The DLC will be available from September 4, and adds four new maps to the game (Goldrush, Subzero, Dynasty, and Showtime) plus the final episode in Extinction’s campaign. You can check out more details about each map below:

  • Goldrush - Navigate through an active minecart system and a central elevating platform in this abandoned gold mine. Complete a Field Order to unleash a pack of wolves on your enemies.
  • Subzero - A Canadian submarine base with strong interior and exterior positions. Complete a Field Order to call in the snow beasts, shadowy monsters that hunt down any enemies caught in the blizzard.
  • Dynasty: Fight for control of a Chinese lakeside village. The map’s unique killstreak features a two-pronged airstrike that will be a familiar sight for Call of Duty veterans.
  • Showtime: A reimagined version of the fan-favorite Shipment fromCall of Duty 4: Modern Warfare, fight for your life in a futuristic death arena. The Slot Machine Field Order delivers one of three random rewards: a map-wide turret system, an airdrop of multiple care packages, or a deadly gas attack.
  • Episode 4: Exodus – Earth is overrun with Cryptids, and humanity’s last hope is a space shuttle containing the world’s brightest minds. The CIF team must activate the power consoles necessary to launch the shuttle, but in their way is nearly every Cryptid species encountered in previous episodes. They will also have to deal with the Ancestors – a powerful new enemy with mind control and psionic attacks. The fate of mankind rests in your hands in the largest Extinction experience ever.

Nemesis will cost $14.99 when it launch, or it will be available as a free download for owners of the Call of Duty: Ghosts Season Pass.

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