The images of new Call of Duty: Ghosts DLC were leaked

The images of new Call of Duty: Ghosts DLC were leaked by  1860 views

Have you missed the fresh Call of Duty news? Today we have some exciting rumors about the upcoming Call of Duty: Ghosts DLC. According to Charlie Intel website, the developers are going to present the next map pack very soon and have already prepared its promotional images.

Yesterday, the journalists reported that the new information about the upcoming Call of Duty: Ghosts DLC had appeared on the official website. A little bit later the developers removed all new information, but some images have been already leaked to the network. According to them, the next Call of Duty: Ghosts DLC will be a map pack, which, as always, will consist of four new locations for the multiplayer mode. For now we have three titles and three images and are ready to share them with you. So, let's look closer.

It seems that the first map - Departed - will bring us to Mexico and let us celebrate the Day of the Dead:

Call of Duty: Ghosts DLC image

Mutiny is some sort of a naval battle, and according to the image, this location will be very gloomy:

Call of Duty: Ghosts DLC image

And the last map - Pharaoh - sends the gamers to Egypt and allows fighting at the foot of an ancient pyramid:

Call of Duty: Ghosts DLC image

Well, it seems that Call of Duty: Ghosts DLC will bring us an amazing vacation in different parts of the world. And what do you think about the above mentioned maps? Write us in the comments below.

Also, we have got some details about the next instalment in the series - Advanced Warfare. In the interview with Game Informer, the representative of the Sledgehammer Games company has stated that the developers are already thinking about the sequel to this year's Call of Duty. They are sure that the new epoch, which is depicted in the upcoming shooter, will be interesting to the gamers, because it will be developed much more realistically than in the average sci-fi project and won't contain imaginary weapon and other stuff. As for the 3D-printed bullet gun, about which we reported earlier, the Sledgehammer's representative has answered that today's military has lots of even more fantastic things.