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'Call of Duty: Ghosts' 'Extinction': Episode 2 'Mayday' trailer released

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With the launch of the next round of downloadable content for “Call of Duty: Ghosts” less than two days away, the official “Call of Duty” YouTube channel has released a brand new video of the “Extinction: Episode 2 Mayday” trailer on April 1.

“Mayday” is the second of four episodes of the new survival mode launched with “Call of Duty: Ghosts.” The new “Mayday” trailer is nearly two minutes long, and gives players a better look at what is in store for them in the next episode of “Extinction.” In “Mayday” gamers will battle aliens in and on a “high-tech ghost ship adrift in the South Pacific.”

Reports indicate that this episode of “Extinction” will feature the largest boss creature ever used in the “Call of Duty” series.

“Extinction: Episode 2 Mayday” will be included in the “Devastation” DLC for “Call of Duty: Ghosts,” which is set to be released on Xbox LIVE on April 3. “Devastation” will be available on other platforms at a later date.

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