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‘Call of Duty: Ghosts’ reportedly receiving its first DLC release on Jan 28

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Onslaught, the first DLC offering for Call of Duty: Ghosts looks like it will be releasing on the Xbox One and Xbox 360 on Jan 28. According to a report by Joystiq on Jan 11, images taken from inside Gamestop stores are showing off posters promoting the Onslaught DLC which have revealed the downloadable content’s release date. Like all recent Call of Duty add-ons, the DLC will launch with a brief exclusivity window on Microsoft platforms before eventually releasing on the PS4, PS3, and PC.

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As fans have come to expect from the series, the promotional posters found within the video game retailer advertise the upcoming DLC to add four new maps for use inside the game’s multiplayer mode. Furthermore, it looks like fans who purchase the add-on can also expect to receive access to a brand new sniper rifle. The last bit of advertised additions that Onslaught will supposedly bring to Call of Duty: Ghosts is the first installment of a four part episodic series for the Extinction game mode.

Infinity Ward’s Call of Duty: Ghosts is now available on the Xbox One, Playstation 4, PC, Wii U, Xbox 360, and Playstation 3. All of the title’s DLC will release first as timed exclusives on the Xbox 360 and Xbox One before launching on other platforms at a later date except the Wii U, which won’t receive any of the game’s add-ons.


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