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'Call of Duty: Ghosts': Are custom character skins coming soon?

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It's been nearly two weeks since the first round of downloadable content for “Call of Duty: Ghosts” was released, and Infinity Ward is already teasing gamers with what's coming next. In a tweet posted on Twitter by Infinity Ward on Feb. 12, players got a sneak peek of a new feature that is believed to be coming to “Call of Duty: Ghosts” soon.

The problem is that Infinity Ward didn't tell players exactly what the photo they posted means. The photo showed a “Call of Duty: Ghosts” character and read: “Brace yourselves. Price is coming.”

“Price” refers to the character Captain John Price, who is a British special forces soldier who has been featured in a number of the “Call of Duty” games.

Many “Call of Duty: Ghosts” gamers are speculating that Activision and Infinity Ward are planning to release “Price” as a downloadable custom character skin, which would allow players to play “Call of Duty:Ghosts” looking like one of the most iconic characters in “Call of Duty” history.

At the time of this publication there was no word on when gamers will see “Price” in the game. However, there is some speculation that the release could take place when the “Onslaught” DLC is released for PlayStation users on Feb. 27.

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