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Activision announces 'Call of Duty: Ghosts' personalization packs

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According to a post on CallofDuty.com on Feb. 13, gamers can expect brand new “Call of Duty: Ghosts” personalization packs in the coming weeks.

CallofDuty.com reports that on Tuesday, Feb. 18 Xbox gamers can expect to see all new personalization packs in “Call of Duty: Ghosts” that will include weapon skins, player cards, reticules, and player patches in four different patterns including “circuit, “ducky,” “inferno,” and “space cats,” but that's not all.

Gamers will see brand new character skins that will allow them to play as some of the most iconic characters in “Call of Duty” history including Keegan, Merrick, Elias, Hesh, and even Captain John Price. It's worth mentioning that there will be an entire personalization pack for Captain Price.

Character customization is brand new to “Call of Duty,” and many players see it as a major advancement to the “Call of Duty” franchise. In older “Call of Duty” games players only had a choice between a number of clothing options, but in “Call of Duty: Ghosts” they can choose their gender, their facial features, and clothing.

Finally, Activision also plans to release extra weapon loadout slots, which will allow players to have up to 10 weapon loadouts set.

These packs will be available on Xbox on Feb. 18, and will cost between $1.99 to $3.99 each. There is no word on when the personalization packs will be available for other consoles like PlayStation at this time.

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