Earlier on we told you that the COD Ghosts Onslaught DLC was going live for PS3, PS4 and PC owners. Now we can confirm that the new COD Ghosts DLC is available to download from the PS Store, but there appears to be a major problem with those trying to download Onslaught with a COD Ghosts Season Pass.
In reality, Call of Duty Ghosts Season Pass holders on PS3 and PS4 are not very happy at all. In a nutshell, it looks like an error has been made, in which the PS Store is still trying to charge Season Pass owners for Onslaught, when obviously they should be getting the content for free.
As far as we’re aware, this is happening on both the PS3 and PS4 store and is happening in all regions worldwide as well. Aside from the fact that the PS Store is asking for a payment with the Season Pass, we have also heard from you that the Onslaught download is simply unavailable full stop if you have the Season Pass.
— -M- (@_m_uk__) February 27, 2014
For those that don’t have a pass, the Onslaught download appears to be working as normal. Hopefully Sony are working on correcting this error as we speak, so everyone can get to playing the new maps, as well as the new Nightfall Extinction map as soon as possible.
Take a look at what some unhappy Season Pass owners have been saying about the COD Ghosts Onslaught PS3 and PS4 release on Twitter in our included Tweets.
@PlayStation I bought the CoD Ghosts Season Pass on PS4 only to find I cant download my DLC today? Second time Ive had a problem like this!
— Dark Ryu (@DarkRyuX) February 27, 2014
If you really want to, you could also sit through over 1,000 comments from our readers who are telling us about their personal problems with getting the Onslaught download to work.
Sony PSN store going into meltdown by looks of it with the new COD Ghosts DLC – wants to charge people who already have season pass #PS4
— Darren Seaton (@seatzie) February 27, 2014
Simple question: Do you have the content yet and have you had any problems downloading Onslaught with a Season Pass?
We’ll update this when we have word from Sony or Infinity Ward regarding this problem.