BO4 Ancient Evil Zombies Map available on Xbox One and PC

BO4 Ancient Evil Zombies Map

After the new map update for Black Ops 4’s Blackout, Treyarch brings the new Zombies DLC Map for Call of Duty: Black Ops 4. The new Ancient Evil Zombies map is finally available on Xbox One and PC platforms. The second Zombies DLC Map for Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 was first available for PS4 players a week ago, and now it’s available for all Black Ops Pass owners of each platform. The Black Ops Pass allows PS4, Xbox and PC platform users to play a total of three Zombies maps right now, including Classified, Dead of the Night, and Ancient Evil.

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The Ancient Evil Zombies map is the second DLC Zombies map for the Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 Season. Like the first DLC Zombies map for the season, Ancient Evil is also based on Chaos Story. Two more DLC Zombies maps will launch this year, according to the schedule and will be based on the Aether Story.

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“After so many different Zombies maps at launch, DLC1, the prequel comic books… it’s nice that Ancient Evil gets to move the story forward now that the chronology has settled down, so to speak. A few of the bigger story threads that we saw developing in previous maps are going to come to the foreground now, which means we get to see some significant moments and development for our cast of characters.” stated, COD game designer, Jason Blundell.

Ancient Evil Zombies Map –

The next thrilling Zombies adventure in Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 is arriving next Tuesday for Black Ops Pass owners. “Ancient Evil” beckons the intrepid from the Chaos Storyline – Bruno, Diego, Scarlett, and Shaw – in a brand-new adventure into an underground Greek city to face off against new varieties of the undead. Featuring signature Call of Duty Zombies combat, Ancient Evil will test players’ skills as they fight new Zombies and enemies against the backdrop of a gargantuan cavern colossal enough to hold a sprawling city.

By Anubhav Tyagi

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