Activision Set to Release Black Ops 3’s Final DLC

Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 was developed by Treyarch Studios and was published by Activision. Although this game didn’t really appeal to most of the Call of Duty fans, there are still a lot of people who play this game to this day.

Some of them are probably just waiting for the Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare to be released this November so they probably think, “why not play Black Ops 3 for the time being”?

Now, Black Ops 3 has received three DLC content updates and each one of them have either new maps or new weapons for the fans of the game.

Just recently, Activision has released the trailer for the game’s final DLC update, “Salvation”.

The trailer showcased a group of people gathering around and meeting up with Doctor Monty. Apparently, Doctor Monty had an artifact of sorts that has immense powers.

One night, the artifact was calling Doctor Monty out and the esteemed doctor touched the artifact. After that, the Harbinger of Doom has been released.

The Harbinger of Doom then transported Earth to the outer space where a hostile alien species was waiting for the planet to arrive.

This alien species would then turn those weak souls into mindless zombies and the four main protagonists will have to battle hordes and hordes of zombies.

What made the newest Call of Duty games appealing despite its lackluster storyline is the inclusion of the Zombies game modes.

Most people are engrossed in the idea of fighting zombies and some people call it the “Zombie Apocalypse”.

Since Call of Duty is a first-person shooting franchise, it is just fitting for the game developers to include a game mode where players are pitted against hordes of zombies.

With that being said, players will also be treated to four new maps. These new maps will be the Micro, Rupture, Outlaw, and Citadel.

Micro is a new multiplayer map where players will be shrunk and they will have to fight miniature zombies literally on top of a picnic table.

In Rupture, players will don the World at War’s costume but instead of using old guns, they will be using futuristic ones to make it, well, futuristic.

The Outlaw map is akin to Black Ops 2’s Standoff map but with a twist; the map will now have a Wild West Theme which turns players into gunslingers.

And finally, the Citadel map takes place inside a medieval castle where there are tight corridors and long hallways. This map is best suited for close-range combat.

As with all other Black Ops 3 DLCs, Salvation can be purchased as a standalone game and it will cost people $15.

If you have the Season Pass, however, the game will be available on your library free of charge.

For people who do not have any of the game’s DLC updates, Activision said that they will release an expansion bundle that will cost players $50 for the entire thing.

Salvation will be the last DLC update of the game and will be released sometime in September.

Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 is available on the PC, Xbox 360 and Xbox One, Playstation 3 and Playstation 4.