Call of Duty: Ghosts Invasion may get Egyptian, Dia de los Muertos, pirate ship maps

The next downloadable content pack for Call of Duty: Ghosts, Invasion, may feature three multiplayer maps set in ancient Egyptian ruins, a Mexican festival and a pirate harbor.

Spotted by PlayStation Community user moriarty1975, and since removed, the images were published on the official Call of Dutysites for France, Germany, Spain and Canada France. The maps include Mutiny, which appears to be set in a derelict harbor of pirate ships, while the Pharaoh features ancient Egyptian ruins with the pyramids in the distance. According to the third map's description, Departed is "Classic combat through the festive streets of a Mexican town celebrating Dia de los Muertos."

Invasion is the third pack in the shooter's season pass, which consists of Onslaught, Devastation, Invasion and Nemesis. The season pass can transfer between generations of consoles until May 31, 2014. Each pack includes new maps and one installment of Extinction, the alien-infested horde mode. For more on the game, be sure to read Polygon's Call of Duty: Ghosts review.


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