Black Ops 2 Vengeance DLC arrives on Xbox Live

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Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 Vengeance DLC has arrived on the Xbox Live Marketplace.  The third bout of content for the popular shooter can be found via the in-game storefront.  The download contains four multiplayer maps and a fifth zombies map, and weighs in at just under 2GB in size.

The five new maps and their descriptions can be found below.  If you’re looking to get a sneak peek at the new maps, head here for a developer walkthrough of the Vengeance Map Pack.

Rush – Fast, close-quarter engagements are assured in this paintball course turned full- combat arena, giving players new opportunities and challenges to use the cover to their advantage.

Cove – The stage is set for all-out conflict on this small, forgotten island in the middle of the Indian Ocean, where players battle it out amongst the wreckage of a jet that crash-landed during a smuggling operation gone wrong.

Detour – Players fight amongst the scattered vehicles, exposed iron and collapsed pavement of a destroyed suspension bridge, high above this East Coast waterway where the action can play out on multiple levels.

Uplink – In this re-imagined adaptation of the fan-favorite Call of Duty®: Black Ops multiplayer map Summit, players clash deep in the rain-soaked jungles of Myanmar, high atop a hi-tech mountain facility.

Buried – Players will be challenged to face their deepest fears, trapped inside a long-forgotten subterranean Old West mining town infested with swarms of the undead.

Alongside the new maps, Zombies fans will also get access to a brand new weapon in the DLC pack, the Ray Gun Mark II which can be used in every zombie map in Black Ops 2.  The new content comes included for those who already purchased the 4000 MSP Black Ops 2 Season Pass.  For those that didn’t purchase all four map packs, by itself, the Black Ops 2 Vengeance DLC will run you 1200 MSP.   PlayStation 3 and PC players will need to wait until next month to access the new Call of Duty maps.

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