Treyarch Shares Info for Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 Salvation DLC

Treyarch, the developers of Call of Duty: Black Ops 3, have released a variety of new information about the Black Ops 3 Salvation DLC. This information not only includes a number of blurbs about the multiplayer maps that will be available, but also when the DLC is slated for release.

The new Black Ops 3 Salvation DLC, the fourth after Descent, the most recent, was announced on Tuesday, though it didn’t include any particulars. Now, we have information about the DLC’s maps.

To start off, we have the Citadel map. Once home to a mighty army, Citadel is an abandoned castle that forces close-quarters engagements with its tight corners, while also allowing unique gameplay opportunities with its drawbridge and moat.

Next, we have the Micro map, which takes place on a full-sized family picnic table. All the players have been shrunken, so you’re doing battle among bottles of ketchup, enormous pieces of food, and more.

Next is the Outlaw map, which takes place in a revamped, Western version of the popular “Standoff” map from Black Ops 2. A medium-sized map that allows room for classic engagements, you must also be on the lookout for flanking attacks and strategic positions.

The final map is called Rupture, and takes place in a futuristic science lab, owned by an organization that wishes to try and repair the Earth’s damaged atmosphere.

Finally, the Black Ops 3 Salvation DLC includes a zombie map, like every pack before it.

Known as Revelations, we join the original four Zombie characters from World War 2 as the finally arrive to get to the bottom of the mystery of the zombies. Fighting an ancient evil, our four heroes must defeat the menace once and for all, and save their souls.

The Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 Salvation DLC is slated for release on September 6, and will be available for Xbox One, Playstation 4, and PC. If you don’t get it with the Season Pass it will cost $14.99.

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