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    "Ascendance" DLC Coming to PS4/PS3/PC

    Activision has just announced that Playstation 4, Playstation 3, and PC have an incoming "Ascendance" DLC on April 30th.

    Just like Xbox's drop, "Ascendance" will include four brand-new multiplayer maps, a new Grapple mode exclusive to the DLC playlist, a new LMG/Shotgun hybrid weapon, and a continuation of Exo-Zombies known as "Infection".

    The new multiplayer maps feature intense and intricate environments: Perplex, a vertically-confusing map that will truly test your exo (and perhaps Grapple) abilities; Climate, a utopian setting with automatic climate controls that can make or break your game; Site 244, good ol' Mt. Rushmore with a twist that involves an alien crash landing site and a chance to be enhanced with extraterrestrial super serum; Chop Shop, an underground exo-suit factory that puts your agility to the test.

    The Grapple Mode, inside the Ascendance playlist, gives you a zipping-across-the-map sensation as your new mandatory exo-ability. Whether you tactfully use it to crush the enemy forces quicker than ever or directly eliminate the opponent is your call.

    While you're wrecking mayhem, Ascendance also delivers the OHM-Werewolf - a lovechild between an LMG and Shotgun on command. It's a sweet 2-in-1 deadly deal that just can't be beat.

    Ascendance also highlights "Infection", the second chapter of the Exo-Zombies storyline. Placed within the nostalgic remembrance of Burgertown, the four unlikely survivors from "Outbreak" unite once again to break fast the undead horde while facing several other obstacles along the way in this unique mode.

    Source: https://blog.activision.com/thread/201122908

     

     




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