CALL OF DUTY®: GHOSTS MICRO ITEMS COMING NEXT TUESDAY –PERSONALIZATION PACKS, CAPTAIN PRICE LEGEND PACK, AND MUCH MORE

Posted by Call Of Duty Feb 13, 2014

Next Tuesday, February 18th, Call of Duty: Ghosts gamers will have an assortment of new customization options at their fingertips, for purchase on Xbox Live – including Personalization Packs, Special Characters, Extra Slots Pack, and the epic Captain Price Legend Pack.

 

The Personalization Packs each include a themed weapon camo, reticle, patch, playercard, and background for  $1.99 per pack. The Personalization Packs available next week are Space Cats, Ducky, Inferno and Circuit:

 

Spacecats

 

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Gamers can also now further customize their Squad characters in Multiplayer. Roll into battle as members of the Ghosts squad: Keegan, Merrick, Elias, or Hesh; each Special Character is $1.99.

 

Keegan

 

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For Modern Warfare fans, gamers can pick-up the epic Captain Price Legend Pack, allowing them to jump into Call of Duty®: Ghosts multiplayer as one of the most legendary and iconic Call of Duty operators. In addition, the Price Legend Pack also includes a unique Personalization Pack with Captain Price themed weapon camo, reticle, patch, playercard, and background for $3.99.

 

Capt. Price

 

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Also available next Tuesday is the Extra Slots Pack, which allows players to increase their loadout slots to 10 per squad member instead of the standard 6. The Extra Slots Pack offers increased flexibility to all your characters for $1.99.

 

Extra Slots

 

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All Call of Duty®: Ghosts Micro Items are non-transferable between systems, so players will not be able to purchase it on Xbox 360 and then carry it forward to Xbox One at a later date. Information on Call of Duty®: Ghosts Micro Items for other platforms will be released at a later time.

 

For more information on next week’s Call of Duty®: Ghosts Micro Items launch, head over to One of Swords and check-out Dan Amrich’s full breakdown.

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