First of four Call of Duty: Black Ops II map packs leaked

Revolution is the initial offering

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If you’ve been itching for news on more Call of Duty: Black Ops II maps, this news is your huckleberry. Season Pass holders already have access to the Nuketown Zombie map, but it appears as if your first bit of real content will be coming your way soon, in the form of the pack “Revolution.”

In the classic Treyarch Call of Duty map pack style, you’re getting four multiplayer maps, and a zombie map for your troubles. Die Rise is the new zombie offering, and Hydro, Grind, Downhill, and Mirage are the MP maps. Strangely enough, it seems as if you’ll net a free “Peacekeeper SMG” weapon as well, which would be a brand new trend.

None of the maps look incredibly interesting on first glance, but if you look at the picture for “Grind” from far away, it looks like a soldier is jumping into a ball pit, which would be totally awesome.

Revolution [All Games Beta]


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