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Early maps Call of Duty: Black Ops for PC and PS3 in March
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Early maps Call of Duty: Black Ops for PC and PS3 in March

Activision is almost ready to empty the pockets of the owners of the PC and PS3 with a set of maps for Call of Duty: Black Ops.

Activision is almost ready to empty the pockets of the owners of the PC and PS3 with a set of maps for Call of Duty: Black Ops. Content-Pak First Strike XBLA took a fancy to more than a week ago - the first reports of sales signals that the demand for the five cards so with a price tag of 1200 Microsoft Points since the Modern Warfare 2 only increased. Literally for the first 24 hours of sales First Strike purchased approximately 1.4 million soldiers from the 360 Army. And this is as much as 25 percent higher than in the first DLC for MW2. Activision even now can fill with money is another pool and swim safely in it. Now the main thing - First Strike will arrive on the PS3 third in March. Filling will not change - four maps for multiplayer and one for the regime `Zombie`. With the price too, no changes - $ 15. Brazen, arrogant? Alas, such a price tag of time to get used to. On a PC, the content pack to appear before the end of March. Exact date not yet announced Activision

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