Call Of Duty: Black Ops II Revolution DLC Hits PS3 And PC February 28

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PS3 and PC Call of Duty: Black Ops II players will finally get access to the game’s first DLC Map Pack – Revolution – on February 28th. 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:

4 multiplayer maps, 1 zombies map and a brand new gun all included.

  • 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-favorite mode around, allowing players to become the undead and play as a zombie, offering an entirely new style of bragging rights.

You can either purchase Revolution as a standalone Map Pack, or you can purchase the Call of Duty: Black Ops II DLC Season Pass. Season Pass holders not only get all four DLC Map Packs, but they also get the Nuketown Zombies bonus map, plus an exclusive in-game calling card.

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