Call of Duty: Black Ops II Gets Uprising DLC, Tomb Raider has 2nd 1939 DLC
By Gilda Galang | April 3, 2013 3:33 PM EST
Call of Duty: Black Ops II gets a rumored DLC that will feature zombies and four maps ala Revolution, while Tomb Raider has already released its second DLC, the 1939 Mulltiplayer Map Pack featuring two maps.
Meanwhile, Borderlands 2 gets a patch that not only fixes bugs, but also boosts your armory and your level.
Black Ops II up for Uprising expansion this April?
The rumored second DLC for Call of Duty: Black Ops II will supposedly be called Uprising, and will feature four new maps--Vertigo, Magma, Studio, and Vertigo--and may be putting zombies in your way or its Mob of the Dead mode, reports GameSpot.
As though that's not enough, a date has already been released, with the DLC slated to be available on April 16 for Xbox 360 and PS3 and PC after the staple 30-day wait.
Tomb Raider gets a DLC and a date
Tomb Raider is expecting two more DLCs following its Caves and Cliffs three-map pack. Its most recent release, the Tomb Raider 1939 Multiplayer Map Pack is now available via the PlayStation Store and Steam for downloads on the Xbox 360, PS3, and PC.
Joystiq reports that the second map will have two maps, Dogfight, which brings players to World War II in an island bunker and Forest Meadow where open spaces can be your hunting ground--or your own hunted arena.
Aside from this, the DLC has new weapon packs and characters such as Scavenger Scout.
The third map pack, Shipwrecked, has also been dated for release this May, which will have the Lost Fleet featuring a beached ship battle and Himiko's Cradle, putting you in a mountain shrine.
Borderlands 2 patch out now
Borderlands 2 Ultimate Vault Hunter patch gives boost of armory inventory and storage as it gears up for developer Gearbox Software's promised content climax of level cap increase and weapons galore.
According to MTV.com, the level cap increase costs $4.99 but players with the Borderlands 2 Season Pass can get it for free. The additional weapons and new modes are free for all.
Bug fixes are also part of the new patch, and OXM.com reports that some of the bigger additions include bug fixes for startup crashes, corrupted profiles, player crashes, and players stuck in missions.
Get the Ultimate Vault Hunter DLC patch, now already available.
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