Black Ops 2 ‘Vengeance’ map pack announced for July on 360, no PC date set

Call of Duty: Black Ops 2

By on June 19, 2013 at 10:23 am

Four new multiplayer maps and one new zombies map are coming to Black Ops 2 on July 2 in the ‘Vengeance’ map pack, which has a timed exclusivity deal with Microsoft.

The maps include ‘Cove’, a small island littered with jet wreckage, ‘Detour’, a destroyed suspension bridge, ‘Rush’, a paintball course turned into a combat arena, and ‘Uplink’, a re-imagined version of ‘Summit’ from the original Black Ops, set in the jungle.

‘Buried’ is the zombie map addition, and is set in an abandoned Old West mining town. The ‘Vengeance’ pack also comes with the Ray Gun Mark II, which is apparently “so powerful” that anybody who buys the ‘Vengeance’ pack will be able to use this gun in all other zombies maps.

PC and PS3 players will have to wait as usual — the last two maps packs have taken a month to drip down to other platforms so this will likely be much the same.

Check out the trailer below.

2 comments (Leave your own)

Wow traditional DLC from Activision. We have 4 CQB maps (long range isn’t 20m…) and a zombie map. Nothing new here, move along…

 

I still only have the default game, the only map I really like is hijacked >_<'

 
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