Black Ops' First Downloadable Content Is Oscar Mike

The first downloadable content for Call of Duty: Black Ops has been revealed. It'll go on sale on the Xbox 360 on February 1 and cost $US15.

The DLC comes in the form of a multiplayer map pack, containing four "regular" levels and one for the game's zombie mode.

Two of the regular maps are based on locations from the singleplayer campaign - Hong Kong and the Arctic Circle - while the other two take in Cold War locations we're surprised the game didn't visit first time around: the Berlin Wall and an ice hockey stadium.

As we all know, Microsoft struck a deal with publishers Activision for Black Ops' downloadable content to appear on the Xbox 360 first. So 360 owners, you'll get the pack on February 1, everyone else...well, there are plenty of things you can spend $US15 on in the meantime that have a little more substance to them.



    Let me be the first to once again thank XBL subscribers for paying to help debug a CoD map pack. Im sure that by the start of March the experience will be much smoother and trouble-free for everyone else. Keep up the good work, guys and girls!

      Ohhhh hristinho18, what a controversial comment.....zzzzzzzzzzz

      You're welcome.

      You, and your fanboi friends will of course be reimbursing me... right?

    meh, don't need it, I've had my fill of black ops for now, and valve has jut released an enormous tf2 update for free. Why pay for activision's shitty maps when I can play with dozens of new items maps and weapons on tf2 for free?

    I read this as Oscar Wilde, and briefly wondered why a 19th century writer would pop up in Black Ops.


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