Though Havoc, Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare‘s maiden batch of DLC, launched for PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 3 just yesterday, Activision has confirmed that the PC version of the expansion has been delayed by one week, pushing it back until March 3.
Initially, all three versions were scheduled to arrive on February 27, a month after Havoc‘s debut on Xbox platforms, but this last-minute decision was made due to an “unexpected error.” As compensation, those who choose to hold off until the DLC’s PC release will be entitled to a double XP event in order to make up for lost time.
Here’s the official statement from Activision:
We have encountered an unexpected issue with the PC release for Call of Duty: #AdvancedWarfare‘s first DLC content pack, “Havoc,” and we’re holding its release until March 3rd. We don’t take this decision lightly, but rest assured that our team is working with Activision to get this content to the PC community as quickly as possible. In the meantime, we’re turning on #DoubleXP for all PC players to enjoy.”
For the uninitiated, Havoc will bundle together four all-new multiplayer maps in Core, Drift, Sideshow, and Urban, along with a powerful, energy-directed assault rifle known as the AE4. But perhaps the most anticipated feature of the bunch is that of Exo Zombies, Sledgehammer’s futuristic take on the franchise’s classic survival mode.
Following this recent delay, Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare‘s Havoc DLC will make its bow on PC platforms come March 3.