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'Call of Duty: Ghosts' teases 'Predator' appearance in 'Devastation' DLC

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As Activision and Infinity Ward prepare to release the next installation of downloadable content for “Call of Duty: Ghosts,” they are offering up some great teasers to get everyone's blood pumping. In a short video posted by the official “Call of Duty” Instagram account on March 27, fans heard a sound that has them all buzzing.

Seconds after the video starts fans heard the sound of heavy breathing and the tell-tell sound that the “Predator” is near! How exciting is that? For those that do not know what the “Predator” is, he/it is the alien creature Arnold Schwarzenegger battled in the 1987 film “Predator.”

The “Predator” is the second movie character to make an appearance in “Call of Duty: Ghosts.” Michael Myers from the 1978 film “Halloween” accompanied the last round of “Call of Duty: Ghosts” downloadable content titled “Onslaught.”

It's not clear how the “Predator” will be worked into “Call of Duty: Ghosts,” but users are speculating that he will be a part of the upcoming “Devastation” DLC that is set to launch on Xbox on April 3.

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