Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 Salvation DLC PS4, Xbox One, PC release date, updates for today’s launching

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Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 Salvation DLC is launching in a few hours. But the add-on content is only for PS4. PC and Xbox One versions yet for release.

Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 Salvation DLC will launch today as the game’s final installment of downloadable contents for PS4, Xbox One, and PC platforms. With the add-on features are four new maps and Origins co-op zombie mode’s final episode.

With the slated launching today, many avid Call of Duty players certainly can’t wait as they can finally taste the upgraded level of the multi-player game play. Activision will release the final DLC called “Salvation” in a few hours.

Some of these new maps included in the add-on content are already taken from the previous Call of Duty: Black Ops 2. Using the old maps as their inspiration, they developed the site to level up the thrill of the game.

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According to Forbes, there will be two options for the player when it comes to availing Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 Salvation DLC. They can get access to the stand-alone DLC worth $15. If they opt to get a part of the season pass, they need to avail the content worth $49.99 during its launching.

Unfortunately, players should keep in mind that Salvation is only accessible for PS4, because there was an announced delay for Xbox One and PC versions.

In our earlier report, we also wrote about the complete descriptive details of each map. The game publisher, Activision, named the four maps as Citadel, Micro, Outlaw, and Rupture. In addition to the content, there will also be a picnic table and a new town that comprises the DLC.

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Moreover, those who play using their PCs, they have to wait for further announcements on how to get the DLC later since the contents will not be sold individually for this platform. Treyarch also invited players in their official Facebook account to catch them during the live streaming of Salvation DLC this weekend.

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