Activision has announced that the Devastation DLC for Call of Duty: Ghosts will be released for PS4, PS3, and PC on May 8.
Inside the DLC are the contents you have almost certainly come to expect by now: four new adversarial multiplayer maps, a new chapter in the Extinction campaign, and the two-in-one Ripper assault rifle/SMG.
Those four multiplayer maps, in case you are wondering: Behemoth, set in South America; Collision, which takes place on a cargo ship that’s crashed into a New York bridge; Mayan temple Ruins, which also features the Predator; and the final map, Unearthed, which hearkens back to the Dome map from Modern Warfare 3, a controversial stage that many players are still trying to forget.
Devastation is part of the $50 Call of Duty: Ghosts season pass, and can be purchased individually for $15.
All Call of Duty DLC is released first on Xbox platforms as part of a commercial deal between Microsoft and Activision, one that will almost certainly keep going until the Sun goes supernova and all life in our solar system ceases to exist.