New Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare DLC Trailer Shows off New Maps, Story
Ascendance will be the second Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare DLC pack.
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Xbox 360 and Xbox One Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare players will be getting a new DLC pack on March 31. In the meantime, Activision released a trailer running through four new maps and the next chapter of the Exo Zombies story.
Each of the new maps has a unique theme and stage hazard to spruce things up. Perplex, for example, is a posh, modern apartment complex with modules that move about, changing the landscape as you play. Another map, Climate, has toxic water that can instantly kill unsuspecting players. Also making an appearance is the the OHM-Werewolf, a 2-1 light machinegun/shotgun combo.
Fans of the Exo Zombies game mode will also get their next set of missions with actors John Malkovich, Bill Paxton, Rose McGowan, and John Bernthal reprising their roles as they try to escape an encroaching zombie hoard.
The Ascendance DLC is the second in a set of four planned expansions. It will release for Xbox platforms first thanks to a timed exclusivity deal with Microsoft. Players that paid $50 for the Advanced Warfare season pass can download it on release for no additional charge, or it can be purchased separately for $14.99.
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