Activision has announced that Call of Duty: Black Ops II players on PlayStation 3 and Windows PC will have access to the game’s first DLC Map Pack – Revolution – on 28th February. Revolution delivers an unparalleled amount of variety and content for all types of Call of Duty: Black Ops II players, featuring four all-new multiplayer maps set around the globe.
These four maps are:
– Hydro: Located in Pakistan, this hydro-electric plant comes complete with a lethal spillway that floods with very little warning.
– Grind: Set in a skate park in Venice Beach (the birthplace of skateboarding!), quarter-pipes and curved surfaces drive players away from easy cover and into intense firefights.
– Downhill: A ski resort in the French Alps, this snowy map is complete with a moving gondola system that can both offer cover and crush you to death.
– Mirage: Located in China’s Gobi Desert, this luxury resort has been ravaged by a sandstorm.
Zombies fans get a terrifying double-dose of undead action in Revolution. First, the new map, “Die Rise,” drops players inside a maze of crumbling skyscrapers amidst a ravaged Chinese city, where all-new Wonder Weaponry will play a crucial role as they make a valiant stand against the impending zombie hoard.
Additionally, Revolution’s new Zombies mode, “Turned,” flips this new fan-favourite mode around, allowing players to become the undead and play as a zombie, offering an entirely new style of bragging rights.
Fans can either purchase Revolution as a standalone Map Pack, or they can purchase the Call of Duty: Black Ops II DLC Season Pass. Season Pass holders not only get all four epic DLC Map Packs, but they also get the Nuketown Zombies bonus map, plus an exclusive in-game calling card.
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