"The numbers, Mason, what do they mean?" This keeps echoing in my mind whenever I come across Call of Duty: Black Ops.
The game's third installment was released on November last year. Its final DLC dubbed Salvation has just been revealed by Activision together with the trailer featuring your favorite Zombies content. Yes, it won't be Call of Duty without them brain-loving undead walkers tagging along!
As released by Gamespot.com, the trailer makes you want to smash some corpses as it is reported to be "awfully good", enticing non-zombie fans to step out of their comfort zone and slay some.
During the press release, it was stated that it is to be the last chapter for Zombie experience. It would include your old friends, Dempsey, Takeo, Richtofen, and Nikoai. They are said to confront the ever mysterious doctor Monty. Our brave dead heroes must fight hordes and hordes of zombies so they can save their eternal suffering souls.
It was also highlighted that the secrets with the previous Zombie easter eggs would make sense when playing this latest Zombie installment, and it has been a long time since it was conceived, circa 2008.
Also included in Call of Duty: Black Ops final DLC are the most awaited multiplayer maps. Two are original creations, while the other two are reimagined and re-mastered maps coming from the previous installations.
Below are the official map descriptions:
Citadel: Once home to a powerful medieval army, this ancient castle now sits broken and abandoned. Tight corners force close-quarters engagements, while the moat and drawbridge allow for unique player movement opportunities in this mid-sized map. The last trespassers didn't make it out alive--maybe you'll have a better shot.
Micro: What's better than a BBQ on a hot summer day? A miniaturized war zone that takes place on a well-stocked family picnic table, that's what! Navigate this bite-size battlefield for a larger-than-life experience.
Outlaw: Gear up for a showdown in Outlaw; a western-style reimagining of the fan favorite map Standoff from Call of Duty: Black Ops II. This rough-and-tough medium-sized map brings classic engagements, flanking routes and strategic positions for long and medium ranged combat.
Rupture: The Call of Duty: World at War classic Outskirts is reimagined as a high-tech facility, designed by a futuristic society desperate to repair the Earth's atmosphere.
Salvation DLC for Call of Duty: Black Ops III will cost $15 when it launches for the PS4 on Sept. 6 followed by later releases on Xbox One and PC. If you already had the $50 season pass, then you're ready to go!
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