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Call of Duty: Black Ops III - Salvation

Activision, Treyarch
Sep 6, 2016 - PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5
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76

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Critic Reviews for Call of Duty: Black Ops III - Salvation

When the zombies mode returns, it'll be in Infinity Ward's capable hands with the Spaceland storyline in Infinite Warfare, and I just might get my wish. But for now, the book on Black Ops III has been closed. Although it had one bumpy DLC chapter, things are pretty encouraging overall. If you want to grab the season pass or the inevitable Game of the Year Edition, you can do it without shame.

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Salvation is the strongest of the four DLC packs and is a high note for Treyarch to go out on for this instalment of Call of Duty.

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Salvation is loaded with 4 well thought-out maps that take you from a re-imagined western style map from Black Ops 2 to a map that makes you feel like a shrunken character from the movie “Honey, I Shrunk the Kids”.

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Given the imminent release of Infinite Warfare, with its lofty ambitions of taking the franchise to a fresh new territory, Treyarch's steady DLC output over the past year provides plenty of reasons to schedule regular return sorties to the Black Ops III killing fields. Salvation rounds off the collection nicely by providing a conclusion (of sorts) to the chaotic Zombie narrative, as well as four well-varied arenas to peacock and flex those e-muscles in. Those considering a PS4 Pro purchase will also get to enjoy upgraded visuals via a day-one patch, which, if nothing else, goes to show that there will still be plenty of life in the old girl going forward.

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