The first add-on for Black Ops II has finally made its way to PlayStation 3 and PC. The DLC, titled Revolution, was a timed-exclusive for Xbox 360 and released in January 2013.
Available for $15, Revolution features four new multiplayer maps, a Zombies map, and a new Zombies mode called "Turned." The map locations include a hydroelectric dam, a skate park, a ski resort, and the Gobi Desert.
The Zombies map is called "Die Rise" and takes place in a Chinese city among a maze of destroyed skyscrapers. The new Turned mode lets the players act as the undead as they try to overrun the stronghold.
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