A new trailer for Call of Duty: Ghosts showcases its second multiplayer expansion called Devastation and confirms a guest appearance from the Predator, the trophy hunting Yautja first introduced in 1987 film Predator.
Developer Infinity Ward teased the alien's inclusion last week in an Instagram video, which featured a jungle setting, a wrecked helicopter and a purring cloaked opponent. The latest trailer shows an uncloaked Predator, possibly in the new Ruins multiplayer map that is set amongst an ancient Mayan temple.
The video also offers players a brief look at the four new multiplayer maps rolling out with Devastation: Behemoth, set in a South American excavation site; Collision exists on a container ship; Ruins; and, Unearthed, a call-back to Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3's Dome map.
Devastation features Mayday, the second installment of four-player co-op story mode called Extinction. The trailer offers glimpses at the monsters included in Mayday, such as the 100-foot-tall Kraken and a "insidious wall-crawling" creature known as the Seeder.
The expansion also introduces the Ripper, a new two-in-one tactical weapon which provides two different configurations: medium to short-range capability as a SMG, and medium to long-range as an assault rifle. Ghosts' DLC season pass holders on Xbox 360 or Xbox One received access to the Ripper earlier this month.
The expansion is part of the $49.99 season pass, while non-season pass holders can purchase it separately for $14.99. Devastation will launch April 3 on Xbox 360 and Xbox One as an exclusive to the consoles for an unspecified period of time.