April is a cruelest month. Call of Duty fans will be means to demonstrate themselves entirely and get out their frustrations with a Eclipse downloadable calm (DLC) for Call of Duty: Black Ops III on a PlayStation 4 starting Apr 19.
The new DLC facilities different multiplayer maps, including a re-imaginging of Call of Duty: World during War’s Banzai undead knowledge during World War II. Thanks to Activision Blizzard’s disdainful understanding with Sony, PS4 fans get their DLC for Call of Duty a month before others do. It’s a latest in a authorization played by around 40 million players and month, and that has generated some-more than $10 billion over a decade.
“The implausible volume of rendezvous and response to Black Ops III from a fans continues to enthuse all of us during a studio,” pronounced Mark Lamia, studio conduct during Treyarch, in a statement. “Eclipse continues to demonstrate a joining to delivering a many exciting gameplay practice probable with any DLC pack. We are pulling ourselves at every spin to qualification new and singular ways to play.”
Eclipse comes packaged with 4 new multiplayer maps: Spire, Rift, Knockout; and Verge. The latter is a re-imagining of a Call of Duty: World during War classic, Banzai. In Verge, we have to take control of bridges, fortresses, tunnels, and waterfalls.
The Spire map takes multiplayer fight into a unconventional sub-orbital airfield depot in a clouds. It has mixed levels and open areas foster intense, mid-range combat around a clean, high-tech municipal environment. If we step off a edge, you’ll tumble behind to a stratosphere.
The Rift map is set in a oppressive unconventional troops complex, high above an active caldera. Rift funnels and army tight, heated engagements, where the only approach by is forward. You have to use a singular core transformation opportunities to outmanoeuvre and conflict enemies as we span a dangling rail system.
And in Knockout, we fight in a normal Shaolin Temple with a retro twist. Knockout sets a theatre for a bloody Kung Fu tournament. This mid-sized map showcases a pointy contrariety between a mid-range engagements of a normal exterior architecture and a parsimonious close-quarters of an heterogeneous 1970’s styled interior.
The Call of Duty: Black Ops III Eclipse DLC Map Pack is accessible during a discounted rate around a Call of Duty: Black Ops III DLC Season Pass during $50, or an particular cost of $15.