Activision and Treyarch have just deployed the fourth and last downloadable map pack for their Call of Duty: Black Ops first person shooter, in the form of the Rezurrection DLC, on the PC and PlayStation 3 platforms.
Call of Duty: Black Ops has impressed legions of gamers from all around the world ever since its release last year and, since then, has kept many of them coming back for more to its multiplayer mode, through the steady release of new downloadable content in the form of fresh map packs.
The new map pack contains a whole new level for the cooperative Zombies mode, called Moon, as well as the four levels from Treyarch's previous Call of Duty title, World at War.
"Lift off into the ultimate Zombies epic with Call of Duty: Black Ops Rezurrection, and be the first to launch into space for a new dimension of undead action! This all-Zombies content pack hurls players into orbit with "Moon," the climax to the Zombies saga, as well as the most challenging and thrilling adventure yet. The undead shift in and out of sight, waiting for the perfect opportunity to strike. Undead astronauts easily shamble toward their next meal, unaffected by the base's fluctuating gravity."
"The walking dead have infiltrated our combat grounds in four different locations, amassing in the classic maps that started it all: Nacht der Untoten, Verrückt, Shi No Numa and Der Riese."
The Call of Duty: Black Ops Rezurrection DLC can now be downloaded from digital distribution services on the PC like Steam, while PlayStation 3 owners can get it off the online PlayStation Store, or right from the in-game DLC section.
The map pack costs the traditional $15 (14 Euros) but, if you bought the Call of Duty: Black Ops Hardened Edition, you get it for free because the four remastered levels were already included with that special edition.
The Rezurrection DLC should be rolling out for the aforementioned platforms as we speak all around the world.