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Call of Duty: Ghosts DLC packs accidentally named by Activision

Activision has just accidentally revealed the names of its four Call of Duty: Ghosts DLC packs.

According to an official, leaked COD: Ghosts poster there will be four DLC packs arriving under the acronym ODIN.

The four DLC packs will be released over the next year and will be called Onslaught, Devastation, Invasion and Nemesis.

The revealing poster was sent in an email to Call of Duty fans, but newer emails have had the poster removed.   

Activision has made it so the DLC packs’ initials spell out ODIN, the name of the Call of Duty: Ghosts orbital strike platform, which is a nice touch.

You’ll be able to pay upfront for all four DLC packs as part of the Call of Duty: Ghosts Season Pass, as with other COD titles.

By purchasing the Season Pass you’ll not only save a few quid, but you’ll get the Team Leader DLC too.

“The Call of Duty: Ghosts Season Pass is your access to four epic Map Packs in 2014 at one great price. Plus, when you purchase the Season Pass, receive the bonus exclusive Team Leader Digital Pack, containing a unique MP character head, weapon camo, and other digital items – unlocked in-game at game launch.”

The Season Pass costs £34.99 on Xbox Live and the PlayStation Store with purchased content carried over from current to next-gen consoles, providing you own the Xbox One and PS4 versions of the game.

We gave Call of Duty: Ghosts a 7 out of 10 in our review, as “Ghosts is too polished, too well-paced and too spectacular to be called a disappointment, but it’s stuck in the last generation when it should be helping to define a new one.”

It has topped the UK All Format Gaming Chart for two weeks running though, despite a 76 per cent drop in week-on-week sales in the second week.

Read more: Best games of 2013.

Via: Eurogamer

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