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Advanced Warfare Atlas Gorge Available for Purchase on Xbox Live
While all of you are going to be overly involved in being able to play the Havoc DLC, that is not the only thing new in connection to Call of Duty Advanced Warfare these days.
Do you remember Atlas Gorge? The bonus map that is supposed to be a part of the Season Pass? Yeah that one, it is now available for purchase separately whether you are an Xbox One owner or an Xbox 360 owner.
Not that a returning fan of the series would need to be told, but the Atlas Gorge is actually a redone version of a famous map from Modern Warfare. It is more vertical than the rest of the maps and is sure to bring back the feeling you had when you played COD4.
The official description that goes with the bonus map on Xbox Store reads:
Experience the Atlas Gorge Multiplayer Map, a re-envisioning of the fan favorite Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare map, Pipeline. Explore the map’s new verticality, empowered by Advanced Warfare’s exoskeleton technology, and take control of the devastating map-based turret scorestreak. Do not purchase if you already own Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare Season Pass.
In case you are interested in getting your hands on it, the Atlas Gorge multiplayer map can be downloaded to your Call of Duty Advanced Warfare for a small price tag of $4.99.
While it is of the same price on both the consoles, the size of the file is obviously different. For the Xbox One version you will be downloading 697.29 MB while for the Xbox 360 version it is just 132.67 MB.
Did you like Pipeline in Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare? How good do you think Sledgehammer have done with Atlas Gorge?