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Yet More Black Ops DLC: Now With More Zombies

Not had enough of Black Ops yet? On August 23, you'll be able to pick up the fourth piece of DLC for the game, aptly titled (and infuriatingly -- though deliberately -- misspelled) "Rezurrection."

The DLC contains four "remastered" Zombies maps: Nacht der Untoten, Verruckt, Shi No Numa and Der Riese. There'll also be a brand new Moon level which, as you might expect, does indeed involve fighting zombies on the moon -- that should silence any of the mainstream journalists who insist on referring to Call of Duty as a "hyper-realistic" series.

If some of those maps sound familiar, you'd be right: owners of the Prestige and Hardened edition of Black Ops have already been playing them since the game's release. As a result, those who own the special editions won't have to pay for this piece of DLC as they're only getting one new level. Standard edition players, however, will have to pay the usual 1200 Microsoft Points/$15.

The pack will also include a Zombies soundtrack and theme.

For those keeping score, this puts the total value of Black Ops' DLC at the same price as Black Ops itself when it was first released -- to be followed by Modern Warfare 3 in November for another $60+.

Watch out for the new DLC (on Xbox Live first, of course) from August 23. No word on PS3 and PC release dates yet, as usual.

This article originally appeared on GamePro.com as Yet More Black Ops DLC: Now With More Zombies


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