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Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 Eclipse DLC out now on PS4

20 Apr 16

Treyarch has now released its second DLC pack for Call of Duty: Black Ops 3. This new DLC is called "Eclipse" and a ton of new things have been added.

The DLC is out now for the PS4 system only. The Xbox One and PC versions will be getting the Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 DLC roughly one month later. 

The Eclipse DLC pack includes four new multiplayer maps called Knockout, Spire, Rift; and Verge, a re-imagining of the Call of Duty: World at War classic, Banzai. It also comes with the new Zombies experience named Zetsubou No Shima. 

“We know that fans are playing the hell out of our current selection of multiplayer and Zombies maps, which is why we have been working so hard to deliver an epic new DLC offering with Eclipse,” said Mark Lamia, Studio Head, Treyarch. ”Suit up…it’s time to kick some ass again!”

The DLC costs $22.50 NZD on its own or you can buy the $69.95 NZD Season Pass which comes with everything. It's worth mentioning this DLC won't be available for the PS3 and Xbox 360 versions of Call of Duty: Black Ops 3. 

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