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Annihilation Map Pack for Black Ops Gets Detailed

Posted on Thursday, June 16 @ 18:59:19 PST by

I've never bought a DLC pack for any of the many Call of Duty games I've owned, but I'll admit that Treyarch seems to pack as much value as they can in the overpriced multiplayer expansions. Five maps for $15 may make sense to you, but it doesn't to me.

If you are one of those players, explain to me why these DLC packs are worth it to you after you watch the trailer above. In it, Treyarch gives gamers a behind-the-scenes rundown of how they'll get dominated by 13-year-olds in the Annihilation Map Pack which consists of Hangar 18, Drive-In, Silo and Hazard. Players will also be given new territory to perforate zombies in with Shangri La.

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