Well, you can't blame them for ignoring a Call of Duty entry; the downloadable content continues to flow.
Activision Blizzard has revealed the next piece of DLC for Black Ops , which will be available for the Playstation 3, Xbox 360 and PC "sometime before September 30."
We're not sure if it'll officially be dubbed "Resurrection" or "Rezurrection" but that's a pretty trivial difference. The point is that it'll be another $15 add-on and it'll unsurprisingly debut on Xbox Live on August 23. The pack boasts five levels for the game's Zombie mode along with a 20-song Zombies soundtrack. Four of the maps are remakes of the environments from Call of Duty: World at War ; the fifth, Moon, is all new and yeah, it's set on the moon. …nifty.
However, bear in mind that the four aforementioned map remakes were included with the Hardened and Prestige editions of Black Ops , so the pack won't be quite as important for certain gamers. The good news is that if you're one of those Hardened or Prestige owners, you can download the "Rezurrection" pack for free. Lastly, Activision once again reminded us that Black Ops was the best-selling title in the US and Europe for the first 6 months of 2011.
As for total add-on packs, CEO Eric Hirshberg confirmed that over 14 million DLC packs have been sold for Black Ops thus far. He even said that the game "sees more daily unique players and has higher average revenues per player than any title on Facebook." Overall number of copies sold of Black Ops ? 25 million. Anything else you need to know?
Related Game(s): Call of Duty: Black Ops