Recently, it was supposed that engineer Treyarch was anticipating conveying back old Zombies maps to Call of Duty: Black Ops III. Today, the studio authoritatively affirmed this gossip, uncovering that the following DLC pack for Black Ops III is called Zombies Chronicles.
Addressing YouTuberJCBackfire, studio head Jason Blundell reported that the guide pack will incorporate eight maps from past Treyarch-created Call of Duty amusements: World at War, Black Ops, and Black Ops II.
Zombies Chronicles includes:
Nacht der Untoten (World at War)
Kino der Toten (World at War)
Verruckt (World at War)
Shi no Numa (World at War)
Shangri-la (Black Ops)
Moon (Black Ops)
Rising (Black Ops)
Starting points (Black Ops II)
Zombies Chronicles will be discharged on PS4 on May 16. Treyarch has not reported when it will come to Xbox One and PC. Past DLC packs commonly touched base on Xbox and PC about a month after the PS4 discharge. The studio will report more insights about the DLC pack on Monday, May 8.
This is a to some degree bizarre substance drop, as DLC support for Call of Duty diversions for the most part finishes when the following amusement in the arrangement is discharged; Infinite Warfare is the latest portion in the arrangement. In any case, Treyarch implied a year ago that, because of maintained support for Black Ops III, it needed to convey more substance to the diversion.