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Reckoning, the final downloadable content (DLC) pack for Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare, debuts tomorrow on Xbox Live for the Xbox One and Xbox 360 consoles.

The fourth and final DLC pack closes out the year-long season of extra content for Advanced Warfare. It features four new maps, the return of the Exo Grapple playlist and a conclusion to the Exo Zombies cooperative play episodes.

The maps include Overload, set in downtown New Baghdad. It has multiple levels, and its long perimeter site-lines are great for medium to long-range combat. The second map is Quarantine, a medium-sized map that takes place on an island following a deadline outbreak. It has tight corners for short-range weapons and open areas that combine to allow for any style of gameplay. In the atrium, the floor opens up, in a timed dynamic event, to reveal a bottomless disposal pit.

Another map is Fracture, set in the arctic. Players can take refuge behind wind turbines and heavy equipment that allow for large combat. The final map is Swarm, which has narrow corridors in store interiors in Seoul, South Korea.

Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare Reckoning also features Descent, a new zombie experience that introduces a remote ocean Atlas survival facility, new “fused” Exo Zombie enemies, and the Trident Reflected Energy Weapon. In the dramatic conclusion of the Exo Zombies saga, Descent continues where Carrier left off.

Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare Reckoning will be available for $15. The Reckoning DLC Pack is also included in Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare’s DLC Season Pass, featuring all four DLC Packs planned for the year, as part of the discounted bundle offered at a suggested retail price of $50.

 

 

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