After its month-long stint of exclusivity on Xbox platforms, Activision has confirmed that Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare‘s sophomore DLC, Ascendance, has deployed for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3 and PC.
In keeping with the series’ blueprint for map packs, the add-on will herald four all-new multiplayer maps – Perplex, Site 244, Climate and Chop Shop – along with a mysterious, energy-directed weapon and the next chapter in the ongoing Exo Zombies saga, Infection.
Once again, Ascendance‘s undead segment will bring together a voice cast that includes John Malkovich, Bill Paxton, Rose McGowan and Fury star Jon Bernthal, as the four unite against the relentless flesh-munchers. This is the second of four planned DLC for Advanced Warfare, with the Supremacy and Reckoning content packs both slated for launch before the year’s end.
Here’s a breakdown of the four new maps courtesy of Activison.
Venture to the streets of Sydney and battle through a five-story modular apartment complex. With elevated vantages and tight corridors, Perplex is small-to-medium sized map that fits a variety of play styles. Construction drones will shake things up, however, as they shift apartment modules and create new strategic pathways.
An alien craft has crash-landed beneath Mt. Rushmore, USA, making for an awesome medium-to-large sized three-lane map littered with extraterrestrial debris. Gain a competitive edge by earning the map-based scorestreak to open an alien spore that enhances your perks and exo abilities.
Settle in to your dome away from home in Climate — a lush climate-controlled bio dome. With a circular layout with a central island structure for teams to fight for control of, Climate keeps the pace of the action high. The tides can turn, however, when the rivers begin to rage and become a treacherous obstacle.
Discover the seedy underbelly of the unauthorized exoekeleton trade in Chop Shop, a medium-sized industrial complex with a devastating map-based scorestreak: the Advanced Repulsion Turret.
Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare is available now across consoles and PC. Xbox owners can look forward to the next DLC installment, Supremacy, when it hits toward the end of May.
Source: PlayStation Blog