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“Call Of Duty: Black Ops 3” DLC ‘Salvation’ released

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Dulani Wilson 7th September, 2016 Gaming
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Treyarch releases their magnum opus for Black Ops 3 in the form of the DLC “Salvation”. The DLC comes with Salvation includes four new maps and the final episode of the Origins co-op zombie mode.

The four new maps are:

Citadel: A Medieval style mid-sized map that takes place in a ruined castle, replete with tight corridors and drawbridges.

Micro: A picnic table map where players are the size of bugs running around between giant bottles of ketchup and other larger-than-life food items.

Outlaw: An old Western reimagining of the Black Ops II map ”Standoff.”

Rupture: A high-tech facility reim

Description reads:
Salvation is coming on September 6. Treyarch’s fourth DLC Pack for Black Ops 3 delivers four pulse-pounding multiplayer maps, including the studio’s reimagining of Black Ops 2’s Standoff as a rough-and-tumble Western town, and World at War’s classic Outskirts reborn as a fortified high-tech facility. Two brand new environments round out the collection: Citadel’s ancient, haunted medieval castle, and the miniaturized patio table combat zone of Micro.
In addition to four new MP maps, the Salvation DLC Pack includes Revelations, Treyarch’s thrilling climax of the Origins Zombies saga.

Watch the trailer:

 

Call Of Duty Black Ops “Salvation” DLC is available first on PlayStation 4 on September 6, 2016

 

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