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Call Of Duty: Ghost’s Subzero and Goldrush maps are all about mine cart action

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You may laugh, but multiplayer is a massive deal in Call Of Duty, with each new map released meaning hours upon hours worth of practice to pro-gamers. Choke points, rush zones and hotspots all fall into a competitive strategy that needs to be analysed and examined thoroughly. So for the pro players who are reading this, here’s a preview of two of the new maps from Call Of Duty Ghost’s Nemesis DLC pack. I’ll be analysing guns to see if they can make pew pew noises.


I have to be honest, that mine cart addition looks like stupid fun, although I highly doubt that I’d ever pick up seven kills while riding in it. I would most likely derail the second I started, and that’s not even coded into the game itself. Next up, it’s a winter wonderland map, as players hit the frozen tundras of Canada in order to maim and murder one another for points. That’s what Subzero is all aboot.


I genuinely thought that there would be a Mortal Kombat crossover in Subzero. I was wrong, and now I’m R20 shorter thanks  to a bet made with Geoff. Dammit. As usual, the Xbox platforms will have first dibs on the maps, thanks to timed exclusive deals. The DLC is out on August 5, and will run you around $14.99 for four new maps and the final episode in the Extinction saga.

Last Updated: August 4, 2014


  1. That’s a Header of the Week nomination right there.


  2. Hammersteyn

    August 4, 2014 at 09:05

    Currently R159,75(thanks Google) for four maps and a final episode??? Sure as shit hope Destiny gives us better value.


    • FoxOneZA

      August 4, 2014 at 09:46

      LOL. That’s very hopeful.


    • Devon Stanton

      August 4, 2014 at 10:00

      I should probably ignore this and move on but well here it is….

      I’m so tired of this, perceived value of DLC. Either your trolling, or being serious I’m not sure either way, this has to stop.

      Based on your calculation it’s then R40 per map (excluding the final episode) and if you’re an avid COD player that’s awesome value when you take it into consideration with other worldly items/products of similar value.

      Consider firstly how much time (as a COD player) you would get out of the DLC pack, as a COD player you now have a much more diverse selection of maps to play from. not only that,but the environments add a wealth of new things to look out for.

      DLC is extra content for a game, it’s worked on Post launch of the title. People need to benefit from the work they’ve put into creating this.

      I guess my final question is this, how and what are you measuring your perceived value against.


      • Admiral Chief Dovahkiin

        August 4, 2014 at 10:03

        I think you missed a few “as a COD player” statements there 😛


        • Devon Stanton

          August 4, 2014 at 10:07

          lol the point being is that, as a COD player” it’s good value. If you’re not a COD player then of course it’s not, but then why comment on something that has no effect on your either. I wanted to be clear 😉


          • Admiral Chief Dovahkiin

            August 4, 2014 at 10:08

            I know, we all know you worship COD, so obviously it was a jest 😛

            (so is that your, you’re or you?)

  3. Sk3tz0

    August 4, 2014 at 09:07

    Hasnt this crap dried up and gone white yet?? look look even the flies have gotten bored with this CoD shit.


    • Hammersteyn

      August 4, 2014 at 09:49

      LOL! dried up and gone white yet 😀


  4. Rince/Trev4quoteofweek

    August 4, 2014 at 09:18

    Header, Ultimate win!


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