Making its first appearance exclusively on the Xbox 360, PS3 fans can now get their hands on the Liberation map that kicked of the CoD DLC campaign
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3's 'Liberation' DLC has now been made available for PlayStation 3 gamers with the PS3 finally getting content which had originally been exclusively launched for the Xbox 360.
This comes a month after the first 'content drop' for Call of Duty Elite subscribers landed with the first instalment of the nine month DLC rollout bringing two new multiplayer maps to the epic first-person shooter.
Continuing Activision’s run of short term exclusivity for Xbox users the first Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 downloadable content pack was available only to those who have signed up to the Premium Edition of the Call of Duty Elite offering from their Xbox Live accounts.
“Every month Elite drops something new to keep things fresher than a N00bs diapers,” the new Call of Duty: Elite trailer announced. “Spec Ops, new game modes and yes, new maps, every month for the next nine months.”
Featuring two new multiplayer maps the first Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 DLC sees gamers stopping off in Italy and America’s New York City as they take on expansive new environments dubbed ‘Piazza’ and ‘Liberty’.
Whilst the NYC based Liberty map is quite an open environment challenging gamers with sniper lines, the Piazza map, located in an Italian Rivera town will see narrow streets and hillside homes forcing close-proximity combat.
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