With Call of Duty: Ghosts - Onslaught being out on all platforms now, Infinity Ward and Activision have revealed the second Call of Duty: Ghosts DLC, Devastation, for April. Like its predecessor, Devastation will include four multiplayer maps, a new chapter for Extinction mode, and a new weapon, all for $14.99 or as part of the Season Pass.
Devastation will be out April 3, and like always, the DLC is hitting Xbox LIVE first. Here's a more detailed rundown of each new map:
- Ruins is located on a Mexican peninsula and set amidst the remnants of a mountaintop Mayan temple, with multiple levels providing verticality for longer-range weapons, and underground pathways perfect for close-quarters encounters. Savvy players that find and complete the unique Field Order will be able to trigger the map's volcano to erupt, and enjoy watching enemy players attempt to take cover as fiery debris fall from the sky.
- Collision is a mangle of debris scattered atop a container ship pinned underneath a crippled bridge in New York. This small map is ideal for run-and-gun tactics. Players that dominate "Collision" and complete the map's specific Field Order will be able take control of a heavily armed aircraft and rain down destruction from above.
- Behemoth takes the battle aboard a massive excavation platform in South America. Long sight lines open this map up to longer-range weapons, while the compact interiors of the control rooms are ideal for SMG's and Shotguns. Completing "Behemoth's" Field Order will allow players to control an attack helicopter armed with a deadly, armor-piercing Rail Gun as it circles the excavator searching for enemy combatants.
- Unearthed drops players into a reimagined version of "Dome," the fan-favorite multiplayer map from Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3. With a new look and all-new secrets, "Unearthed" is a compact map for all player types, who must navigate an alien artifact dig site in order to unlock the map's Field Order and unleash the power of the Cryptids, as well as locate the map's secret alien weapon.
Release the Kraken! Or just watch the new Devastation DLC trailer.
Devastation Preview - YouTube
Remember that the next pack is still covered by the Season Pass, so if you already grabbed that, then you won't have to pay the $14.99 price. The PC and PlayStation releases will likely come a month after the Xbox's April 3 release.