The first DLC pack for Call of Duty: Black Ops II is ready to hit the PlayStation 3 and PC platforms on February 28, 2013. Sadly, there was no mention of the Wii U version at all in the announcement, but I've reached out to Activision for comment.
Revolution features four multiplayer maps, a zombie map, and a new zombie mode that allows players to take control of the infamous undead.
Like I said in my review, the content was fairly "meh" as far as map packs go. The new mode was a huge letdown, and the maps in general failed to make a real lasting impression.
As is usually the case with Call of Duty, once all of the map packs are out and all of the new stages are cycled in, they'll probably feel better by comparison.
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