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'Call of Duty: Ghosts' trailer unveils new customization items

'Call of Duty: Ghosts' trailer unveils new customization items
'Call of Duty: Ghosts' trailer unveils new customization itemsPhoto courtesy of Activision, used with permission

With each new “Call of Duty” title comes all new and exciting releases of downloadable content, and “Call of duty: Ghosts” is no exception. On Tuesday, the official “Call of Duty” YouTube channel released a brand new video trailer showcasing all the new and exciting customization items that just launched on Xbox LIVE.

The short one minute and 15 second video shows a slew of new customization items including six new personalization packs called “blunt force,” “molten,” “1987,” “eyeballs,” “hex,” and “heartlands. The personalization packs are said to be sold separately for $1.99, and they each come with a player patch, playercard, player background, as well as a skin for the weapons and a reticle.

In addition to the personalization packs, the video also shows a new legend pack, which features Captain John “Soap” MacTavish who starred in “Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3.” The “Soap” legend pack comes complete with a multiplayer character, a unique personalization pack with a themed weapon skin, reticle, patch, playercard, and a background.

All of this new downloadable content for “Call of duty: Ghosts” is currently available for Xbox LIVE. They join other new features like the never before released voice packs that feature the rapper Snoop Dogg and R. Lee Ermey, which are available for $2.99.

Activision hasn't announced when gamers on other platforms like PlayStation and PC can expect these new customization items to become available. There is some speculation that it will be after the “Devastation” map pack launches on May 8, 2014.

“Call of duty: Ghosts” is the tenth title in the “Call of Duty” franchise that launched in 2003. The series has inspired been both first-person and third-person games, and no less than 10 spin-offs. Statisticbrain.com reports that the “Call of Duty” franchise sold an estimated 139,600,000 units as of Feb. 2014.