The final expansion for Call of Duty: Black Ops III will soon be released for PC and Xbox One on the 6th of October, according to a report by CharlieIntel. The DLC was launched in September for PS4. This expansion comes together with 4 multiplayer maps, such as Micro and Citadel.
The former is especially interesting, since it happens on a picnic table, and the players are extremely small, just like in the Honey, I Shrunk the Kids movie. Another map is named Outlaw, and this one is based on a Western style. It is actually a reimagining of the Standoff one found in Call of Duty: Black Ops II. The fourth and last map is called Rupture and it is also a reimagining of the Outskirts arena from Call of Duty: World at War. However, now it focuses mainly on a high-tech facility.
Salvation also brings a new Zombies chapter named Revelations. This is the end of the Origins Zombies saga which started with Call of Duty: World at War eight years ago. In this chapter, the main characters (Nikolai, Takeo, Dempsey, Richtofen) find out Doctor Monty’s identity. The entire episode is in fact a showdown against an ancient evil force as part of the battle between humans and the undead.
You get the Salvation expansions either by itself at the price of $15 or as part of the Black Ops III $50 DLC pass. It was launched as part of an exclusivity deal that was sealed between Sony and Activision. Other previous expansions packs release by them were Descent, Eclipse and Awakening, which are all included in the $50 DLC pass.
There is a new Call of Duty game called Infinite Warfare, which will come out on the 4th of November. Moreover, Activision releases a remastered version for Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare.
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