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‘Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 Salvation’ Hits Xbox One and PC This Week


The release of "Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare" is about to transpire; however, before the date finally arrives, the companies behind the famous video game, Activision in association with Treyarch, wants to wrap-up "Black Ops 3."

Basically, the final DLC pack for the game has been very much available and accessible for PlayStation 4, thus, the company has done its wrap up. The good news is that it's going to be ready for access on Xbox One and PC.

"Salvation" will be released for Xbox One and PC on Oct. 6, wherein players will enjoy four fresh maps for the multiplayer setting and the final chapter of the game is on a Zombie mode, which goes with the title "Revelations," Polygon reported. The maps that just came around with this final offering of DLC all center on a particular kind of theme, from the wild-west styled Outlaw map on a Micro, a map that gets small things down and will happen on a table packed with snacks in a pool party.

Moreover, a Citadel will also exist which could be played by a number of players. The setting would be a haunted castle which will be featured as a home for a powerful sorcerer. Also, citadel would feature, of course, Rupture which is a remaking of the Outskirts map from "Call of Duty: World at War."

The DLC will be solely sold at $14.99, however, for those who initially own a "Black Ops 3" Season Pass which costs $50 will have it for free, as reported in Slashgear.

A lot of players are doubtful whether "Black Ops 3" will have a lot of players since the release of the "infinite Warfare" is just around the corner however, "Black Ops 3" will probably continue to witness the same amount of players regardless if these games officially arrives.

If you are planning to evolve the game that you are playing, enjoying the "Black Ops 3" for the very last time could be a good start.

"Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare" will be released on Xbox One, PlayStation 4 as well as on PC on Nov. 4.

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