Eerie Call of Duty: Black Ops III Zombies Chronicles Trailer and Screenshots Released (VIDEO)
Earlier last week, a quickly removed ESRB listing all-but-confirmed new content for the 2015 shooter Call of Duty: Black Ops III. Further information about the titled Zombies Chronicles was later revealed to be a collection of several “Zombies” mode maps from throughout the Call of Duty universe in a single remastered package. Treyarch and Activision have now put out an official Zombies Chronicles trailer which takes viewers on an eerie journey through undead maps of Call of Duty past. The video can be seen below:
The footage creepily shows off the eight updated maps to be featured in the Zombies Chronicles compilation, all stemming from past Call of Duty games World at War, Black Ops, and Black Ops 2. Official screenshots, which can be seen below, give a better look at how much better the selected areas will look in their final remastered form.
The maps included will be Nacht der Untoten (World at War), Kino der Toten (World at War), Verruckt (World at War), Shi no Numa (World at War), Shangri-la (Black Ops), Moon (Black Ops), Ascension (Black Ops), and Origins (Black Ops II). With the remastered versions of old maps, the DLC is sure to make first-timers excited and hardened Zombies veterans fall in love all over again. Check out the screenshots below:
The Zombies Chronicles DLC will be available for the price of $29.99 on the PlayStation 4 Store this coming May 16th as an add-on for Black Ops 3. This means the zombie-killing fun won’t be available separate from the main game, like some may have theorized. So far, only a PS4 release has been confirmed, but an Xbox One edition shouldn’t be too far off, if history serves as a reference. We’ll let you know here on Don’t Feed the Gamers when new information is available.
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