Nuketown Zombies map for Call of Duty: Black Ops II available now for PlayStation 3 and PC

Nuketown Zombies map for Call of Duty: Black Ops II available now for PlayStation 3 and PC DLC Season Pass holders get access to latest Call of Duty: Black Ops II content

After initially appearing on the Xbox 360, DLC Season Pass holders on PlayStation 3 and Windows PC can now access the Nuketown Zombies bonus map for Call of Duty: Black Ops II.

DLC Season Pass holders get access to four DLC Map Packs for Call of Duty: Black Ops II for a discounted price, as well as the Nuketown Zombies bonus map and an exclusive in-game calling card as part of the package.

The DLC Season Pass has a suggested retail price of $69.95, while the four individual DLC Map Packs have a retail price of $20 each.

The new Nuketown Zombies trailer is below:

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