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This is the end in the final Call Of Duty: Ghosts DLC, Nemesis

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Say what you like about Call Of Duty being a sub-standard entry in that shooter franchise, but the game more than delivered on its season pass promises. Nemesis is the name of the final DLC pack, that arrives on August 5 on Xbox platforms as a timed exclusive. Here’s what you’ll find inside of it.

“First off I want to thank every one of our fans. The dedication of our players is overwhelming. The whole team at Infinity Ward is really excited about the release of the Nemesis and we think it’s a great way to close out what’s been a really fun DLC season,” said Mark Rubin, Executive Producer at Infinity Ward via AGB.

DLC is a great way to unleash creative new content that is often the direct result of community feedback and interaction. So thank you again to the millions of people who play Call of Duty: Ghosts every day and keep the feedback coming!

First up, the new maps:



Set in an abandoned gold mine in the Southwest United States, where an intricate network of cavernous tunnels and perilous shafts create the ideal setting for medium to long range combat; while two mine carts race along the abandoned tracks offering players a fast way to traverse the map. Players who complete the unique field order on Goldrush will unleash a howling pack of wolves that will descend upon their enemies.



Sub Zero drops players into a frigid Canadian submarine base that has been hastily evacuated, with control room, submarine pen and research facilities all left eerily empty. Built around the traditional three-lane design, this medium-sized map harbours a mysterious terror that will decimate your enemies upon completion of the map’s unique field order.



Players are transported to a lakeside Chinese village surrounded by picturesque mountains, vivid gardens, and spectacular architecture – a serene environment that is anything but Zen-like. Multiple pathways crisscross the village in this medium map with a variety of elevation and numerous back alleys that create flanking routes. The unique field order on “Dynasty” allows players to call in an air strike of vertical takeoff fighter jets, while one lingers behind to give you unmatched air superiority.



A sadistic reimagining of the smallest map in Call of Duty history, the fan favorite map from Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare “Shipment.” In the futuristic arena of “Showtime,” blind corners and narrow pathways provide momentary reprieve from the outright mayhem within the central square comprised of several shipping containers. Tight confines call for shotguns and SMGs. Survive long enough to be rewarded with one of three killstreaks: lethal automated gun turrets at key locations on the map, an air drop with multiple care packages or a deadly gas attack that forces the action back into the center of the arena.

While the multiplayer has been acceptable, Ghost fumbled on the single-player side of things which resulted in a lukewarm experience. Extinction however, has been a massive hit for me, and Episode 4 will close the book on that gameplay mode. For now at least.

Episode 4: Exodus

Following the CIF Unit’s harrowing escape from the alien underworld and the successful recovery of Dr. Cross and the cortex, the team has flown in to fight off the Cryptid army’s siege of the last bastion of human resistance. Your mission is to get key personnel to safety by restoring power to the shuttle and launching the shuttle to a low earth orbit space station.

Episode 4: Exodus gives players unprecedented control of their escape route – choose your path, gather new intel, craft new weapons – and introduces the deadliest of enemies with a range of lethal powers, including mind control and psionic attacks – the Ancestors. As the battle for our survival draws to a close, the fate of mankind is in your hands.

It’s not a bad DLC on offer, but after the previous packs which offered new guns and movie characters, it feels a bit light. Still, it’s most likely going to sell gangbusters when it arrives.

Last Updated: August 1, 2014




    • allencooper985

      August 1, 2014 at 10:13

      as Norman implied I am inspired that a mom able to get paid $5514 in one month on the computer ..

      How ??? .. click FINANCIAL REPORT in ………. ??BSL??.???


  2. Alien Emperor Trevor

    August 1, 2014 at 07:46

    Eh? If BF: Hardlimes sells well you can say gangbusters. COD is a war game, so it should sell like The Dam Busters. :/


  3. Gavin Mannion

    August 1, 2014 at 08:01

    I don’t care about all your haters, showtime looks awesome


    • Alien Emperor Trevor

      August 1, 2014 at 08:03


      • Umar

        August 1, 2014 at 08:17

        Awesome movie


    • Jonah Cash

      August 1, 2014 at 08:11

      Only if below dude can be on every turret!!!


  4. CAE9872

    August 1, 2014 at 08:40

    You can hate COD all you like but they do support their game with DLC – OK it is ALL paid for, nothing is free, but if you like COD then you have nothing to complain about from that perspective.

    One day in my near future I might still play this – I have yet to play any COD not set in WW2…ahem!


    • Johan Fourie

      August 1, 2014 at 10:46

      Back in the day people didn’t have to buy maps. LOL.


  5. allencooper985

    August 1, 2014 at 10:13



  6. Mauritz Van Zyl

    August 1, 2014 at 13:43

    Showtime DOES look awesome. When those turrets came out, oh man!


  7. Jim Lenoir (Banana Jim)

    August 2, 2014 at 11:19

    pew pew pew pew copy and paste?


  8. fuck iw they overrate ghosts

    August 10, 2014 at 01:30

    How can anyone say its been a fun dlc season? We got shit guns and standard maps nothing special the game is boring as fuck and id honestly rather play cod 4than this shit if it was on next gen hopefully advanced warfare will be good


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