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Call of Duty: Black Ops 3: Salvation Now Available on Xbox One and PC
Treyarch studios has finally released the fourth and final DLC for Call of Duty: Black Ops 3: Salvation. This DLC pack, like all the others before it, includes four new maps and a new zombie mode that will probably finally end the backstory of the zombie mode that’s been in every Treyarch game since World at War.
Black Ops 3: Salvation has been promoted for a pretty long time ever since the third DLC, Descent, was released back in July (for Playstation 4) and August (for the Xbox One and PC). Each of the DLC packs have also had a zombie map accompanying them, each of which brought more and more crazy stuff in the zombie mode’s story and gameplay. Descent, for instance, had the Gorod Krovi map, where the four main characters were dumped into an alternate Stalingrad that involved dragons, mecha, and cyborg zombies.
Black Ops 3: Salvation is a 13 gigabyte download that you can buy for 14.99 US dollars, or free if you bought the Season Pass.
In addition to the new zombies map, called “Revelations”, Salvation includes the maps Citadel (where an ancient army once made its base in an enormous castle), Micro (where you do battle on a picnic table), Outlaw (taking place in a Wild West town) and Rupture (the sight of a futuristic device intended to repair the Earth’s atmosphere.)
Salvation has been available for the Playstation 4 playerbase for the past month, ever since September, but players on the Xbox One and PC versions of the game are now going to be able to play it.
Considering that Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare and Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered are both coming out around this time next month, however, players that want to take full advantage of Salvation are going to have to do a lot of playing.