After yesterday's confirmation from ESRB regarding Black Ops 3 Zombie Chronicles, we now have more leaked information that sheds more details on the upcoming DLC. Retailers from Poland and Mexico apparently leaked the existence of the game, which is rumored to feature eight Zombies maps from past Black Ops games remastered for Black Ops III, according to CharlieIntel.
Though we've learned of the included maps, more specific details of Call of Duty: Black Ops 3's Zombie Chronicles should come during the "big announcement" scheduled for this Thursday. Pricing and release dates for other platforms weren't given. Mostly, the content includes remastered versions of older Zombie maps, as well as several Calling Cards for previous playable characters. 4 maps from Call of Duty: Black Ops: Kino Der Toten, Ascension, Shangri-la and Moon 3. The Studio Co-head also stated it will give a chance for newcomers who may have not played the popular co-op mode until Black Ops 2 or Black Ops 3 to get a better understanding of the Zombies timeline.
"Experience the remastered zombie collection and experience the undead story first on PS4", it adds.
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Furthermore, if this is true, then we officially have new content releasing for three different Call of Duties in the same year (4 if you count Modern Warfare: Remastered). Two more DLC packs are still on their way for the game.
Blundell said that things just lined up right for Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 Zombies Chronicles.
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