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Wednesday, 06 April 2011 08:12

Next Black Ops Map Pack Confirmed

Written by David Stellmack


Slated to arrive on May 3rd with 5 new maps
As we told you about the other day, we now have confirmation that the second map pack for Call of Duty Black Ops has been confirmed. It will be called “Escalation” (or Content Pack 2) and will be a map pack containing five new maps for players to enjoy.

The maps are said to be called Zoo, Hotel, Convoy, Stockpile, and the Survive which is a new Zombie co-op map offering. Of course it will arrive first on Xbox Live for an exclusive period and then later be available to PlayStation 3 and PC owners.

Sources tell is that once again the five map package will command a $15 price tag, just like last time. Also the official announcement is due toward the end of the month when it is expected that Activision will also confirm Call of Duty Modern Warfare 3 as well.
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