As detailed previously, Eclipse adds four new multiplayer maps. Among these is a remake of Bonzai, a fan-favorite from Call of Duty: World at War, which is now called Verge. The other maps included in Eclipse are Spire, Rift, and Knockout. You can see full descriptions for each of these maps here in GameSpot’s previous coverage.
Eclipse also expands on Zombies mode with a new chapter called Zetsubou No Shima, which continues the Origins storyline of previous games. Check out screenshots from the DLC below.
The DLC is available on its own for $15, but is also included with the $50 Black Ops 3 DLC season pass. It is the game’s second expansion, following Awakening, which came out in February.
Treyarch and publisher Activision have said two additional expansion packs will follow, but these have not been announced.
All Black Ops 3 expansion packs are released on PS4 first as part of Sony’s timed exclusivity deal with Activision. This timed-exclusivity deal will extend to 2016’s Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare. DLC for Infinity Ward’s new game will come to PS4 30 days before it’s released on Xbox One and PC.
Infinite Warfare will be available in a Legacy Edition, which includes a remastered version of Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare. Infinity Ward, which originally developed 2007’s Modern Warfare, is focusing on Infinite Warfare but is supervising Raven Software’s remaster.
The only way to get Modern Warfare’s remastered edition is to buy a premium version of Infinite Warfare. For more on Infinite Warfare, check out GameSpot’s roundup of everything we know so far.