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Prepare to be CODnapped on 29 January...

22 Jan 14

Do you ever dream of an escape, a quick getaway from the everyday grind to just let loose and play a little Call of Duty? Well you’re in luck. Because you’re about to get CODnapped.

The CODnapper and his team of associates rescue unsuspecting fans from their ‘to do’ lists and everyday chores and deliver them to an oasis known as ONSLAUGHT, the first downloadable content pack available for Call of Duty: Ghosts.

With four new multiplayer maps, the Maverick - an all-new dual purpose Assault Rifle & Sniper Rifle, and the next installment of Extinction, you’re going to want all the time you can get.

ONSLAUGHT arrives first on Xbox Live on 29 January, with other platforms to follow.

Will you be purchasing COD:Ghosts DLC? Let us know below

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