The lights are on
In case you forgot, Call of Duty: Black Ops II's final batch of DLC, Apocalypse, is hitting the Xbox 360 in a timed exclusive. To mark the event, Treyarch has released a new gameplay video featuring some of the highlights.
The trailer doesn't provide an information overload, but instead shows off the new maps Pod and Frost and the reinterpreted versions of fan-favorites Courtyard and Stadium. Zombies fans will want to stick around for the end. It's pretty great stuff.
For a more in-depth look at the DLC, take a look at this earlier dev diary, which digs deep into the Apocalypse content.
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The zombies map looks great but hopefully the multiplayer maps are more impressive than they seem.
I bought the season pass and I don't even care. Playing Call Of Duty made me hate video games. Then I played Blacklist and fell in love again.
Origins mode does look pretty amazing, not gonna lie.
And as a friendly reminder to Treyarch, by the time us PS3 users get this content, Los Santos multiplayer should be up and running. KTHXBYBY
Here is an idea for the Call of Duty franchise.
Take a break from the constantly yearly releases of the standard CoD games, and make an entire game based off the Cod Zombies mode. They come up with really cool ideas, fun enemies, insane levels, and some huge Iron Giant looking robots now. Make a damn game on that instead of the same recycled CoD over and over.
Now I get to wait the mandatory month for the pc version.. yippee