Now that a “Eclipse” DLC container has been expelled for a PS4 pier of “Call of Duty: Black Ops 3,” PC and Xbox One players are now looking brazen to a new calm nearing for their elite platforms.
The initial DLC container for a game, “Awakening,” was also expelled initial for a PS4 before creation a approach to a PC and Xbox One.
“Awakening” was initial expelled for a PS4 on Feb. 2 and a other stream gen platforms perceived it 30 days after on Mar 3.
The same 30-day watchful duration is also approaching for “Eclipse,” yet there’s a possibility that Xbox One and PC players might be means to get it possibly a bit progressing or only somewhat after than expected.
Since “Eclipse” was expelled for a PS4 on Apr 19, a 30-day interlude would meant that it will be creation a approach to a PC and Xbox One on May 19, though that might not be a case.
As Product Reviews pointed out, a game’s DLC packs are customarily expelled on Tuesdays, both Feb. 2 and Apr 19 fell on Tuesdays, so Activision might confirm to recover “Eclipse” possibly on May 17 or a week later, on a 24th, if they confirm to follow this same settlement again.
It’s value observant that “Awakening” for a Xbox One and PC was expelled on a Thursday, so Activision might only hang to a 30-day interlude anyway and only recover it on May 19.
“Eclipse” will be adding 4 new multiplayer maps to a diversion in a form of Knockout, Rift, Spire and Verge, that is an updated take on a Banzai map featured in “Call of Duty: World during War.”
The new DLC container will also be adding a latest section of a game’s Zombies mode famous as Zetsubou No Shima.
More news about “Call of Duty: Black Ops 3” and a “Eclipse” DLC container should be done accessible in a nearby future.