Now that the "Eclipse" DLC pack has been released for the PS4 port of "Call of Duty: Black Ops 3," PC and Xbox One players are now looking forward to the new content arriving for their preferred platforms.
The first DLC pack for the game, "Awakening," was also released first for the PS4 before making its way to the PC and Xbox One.
"Awakening" was first released for the PS4 on Feb. 2 and the other current gen platforms received it 30 days later on March 3.
The same 30-day waiting period is also expected for "Eclipse," though there's a chance that Xbox One and PC players may be able to get it either a bit earlier or just slightly later than expected.
Since "Eclipse" was released for the PS4 on April 19, a 30-day interval would mean that it will be making its way to the PC and Xbox One on May 19, but that may not be the case.
As Product Reviews pointed out, the game's DLC packs are usually released on Tuesdays, both Feb. 2 and April 19 fell on Tuesdays, so Activision may decide to release "Eclipse" either on May 17 or a week later, on the 24th, if they decide to follow this same pattern again.
It's worth noting that "Awakening" for the Xbox One and PC was released on a Thursday, so Activision may just stick to the 30-day interval anyway and just release it on May 19.
"Eclipse" will be adding four new multiplayer maps to the game in the form of Knockout, Rift, Spire and Verge, which is an updated take on the Banzai map featured in "Call of Duty: World at War."
The new DLC pack will also be adding the latest chapter of the game's Zombies mode known as Zetsubou No Shima.
More news about "Call of Duty: Black Ops 3" and its "Eclipse" DLC pack should be made available in the near future.