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Tuesday, 22 March 2011 10:49

Black Ops on PC to get First Strike DLC

Written by David Stellmack
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Will arrive on March 25th for purchase
Treyarch has confirmed that the First Strike downloadable content pack for Call of Duty Black Ops will finally arrive for purchase for the PC version of the game starting on March 25th. The First Strike map pack DLC has already been released for the Xbox 360 more than a month ago and for the PlayStation 3 on March 3rd.

While Black Ops players on the PC will likely be pleased that the First Strike DLC is finally coming to the PC, we suspect that many of them will be complaining about the purchase price. Apparently, if you pre-order the Frist Strike DLC though Steam you can save $1.50 by choosing to do so, but that will apparently be the only way to save any money on its purchase.

Still, many Black Ops fans are already expressing their thanks to Treyarch for making the content available to PC players, as it was apparently rumored that it might not arrive for the PC platform.
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