Call of Duty: Black Ops II Joins the Revolution

By Rebecca Smith, 3 years ago
Some of you will have got a little bored with the multiplayer maps available in Call of Duty: Black Ops II, especially those that have taken the time to Prestige ten times over. Well, from today you'll have four more multiplayer maps to enjoy with the arrival of "Revolution". The DLC also brings a new zombie map, a new game mode and a new weapon, as well as ten new achievements worth a total of 250G.

Season Pass owners should NOT purchase here (go to the in-game store). Call of Duty®: Black Ops II Revolution brings you 4 brand-new Multiplayer Maps: Downhill, Hydro, Mirage and Grind. You will also receive a bonus weapon – the Peacekeeper hybrid SMG-Assault Rifle. Revolution also introduces the brand new Zombies Co-Op Map, Die Rise, bringing a terrifying new twist that will turn your undead world upside down. And for even more zombie-stopping action, the new Zombies game mode, Turned, flips the battle around, putting players into the role of the zombie.
Unlike the last trailer, today's release trailer actually contains more than 20 seconds of gameplay footage:



For those of you who can't view the trailer, take a look at these screenshots instead:

Downhill
29/1/13 Downhill: Ski Lift

29/1/13 Downhill: Slow Ride

29/1/13 Downhill: Black Diamond Route

29/1/13 Downhill: Warning Thin Ice


Grind
29/1/13 Grind: Judge's Table

29/1/13 Grind: Rail Combo

29/1/13 Grind: Fakie to Hellstorm

29/1/13 Grind: Half Pipe Drop


Hydro
29/1/13 Hydro: Dammed Bridge

29/1/13 Hydro: Section One

29/1/13 Hydro: Spillway On Lockdown


Mirage
29/1/13 Mirage: Destination Arrival

29/1/13 Mirage: Sandy Oasis

29/1/13 Mirage: Ancient Stalwart

29/1/13 Mirage: Pool Closed for the Season


Turned
29/1/13 Turned


"Call of Duty®: Black Ops II Revolution" costs 1200 MSP and can be downloaded from here. Season pass holders can download the content in-game for no extra cost.
Rebecca Smith
Written by Rebecca Smith
Rebecca is the Newshound Manager at TrueGaming Network. She has been contributing articles since 2010, especially those that involve intimidatingly long lists. When not writing news, she works in an independent game shop so that she can spend all day talking about games too. She'll occasionally go outside.