Call of Duty: Black Ops 3's 'Awakening' DLC will be the first and last piece of DLC released for the shooter on PS3, Activision has confirmed.A reason for abandoning future DLC on last-gen is not disclosed.
The first details on Call of Duty: Black Ops 3's second DLC pack will be revealed tomorrow, March 31, Treyarch has announced.The DLC will be revealed during a special livestream with game director Jason Blundell, where Treyarch has plans to discuss the first details on the game's new multiplayer maps and the next Zombies chapter.
Nuk3town, the re-imagined classic map now set in 2065, is now available to all Black Ops 3 players on PS4, Xbox One and PC free of charge.The map had previously only been available to select pre-order customers.
A free trial of Call of Duty: Black Ops 3's first DLC pack 'Awakening' will be available to all PS4 players this weekend, Activision has announced.The trial will offer players access to all four DLC maps and the additional Zombies level from 6pm BST tomorrow, April 1, through to 6pm BST Monday, April 4.
Call of Duty: Black Ops 3's Awakening DLC is coming to last-gen after all, Activision has announced - but by the looks of it, only on PS3.The DLC will finally be available on PS3 from next Tuesday, April 5 for $14.
This is a perfect time in order to level up your character and more.”
As you can see from the announcement above, Treyarch is giving owners of Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 four whole days of double XP.
The day is finally here that many Call of Duty fans have asking for, and in some cases badgering Xbox employees to make happen — Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 is finally arriving on Xbox One via Backwards Compatibility.Larry Hyrb announced via Twitter: “Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 is coming to Xbox One Backward Compatibility today and is on sale in the Spring Sale,” he writes with what is likely great joy as the Xbox spokesperson has publicly shared the incredible amount of requests for the popular shooter since Backwards Compatibility was announced.