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May 22nd DLC Content Collection 2 includes: 4 “Small” Face-Off maps, 3 Regular Maps, 2 Spec-Ops Missions
($15 For ALL Xbox Live Members / Included with ELiTE)
 

4 New “Face-Off” Maps ( Playlist 1vs1 or 2vs2)

Aground is set on a shipwreck off the coast of Scotland.

Erosion sees you running around Roman ruins in Italy while Mount Vesuvius erupts in the background.

Getaway plays out in a beachside mansion in Brazil.

Lookout is set in a forward observation post in Afghanistan.

 

1 NEW Multiplayer map:
Oasis: it’s set on a beach resort in the United Arab Emirates. “It’s actually in or near one of the levels from single player – the one that takes place in UAE. You can see part of that level in the background in this level. It’s all new geo but it’s in the same area.”

2 NEW Spec-Ops Missions:

Ironclad: set immediately after the Hamburg mission from the single player campaign, with you and a comrade attempting to make it back to the landing beach after the initial assault. “It has that asynchronous combat that we’ve been focusing on, where one player does one thing and another does something completely different. One player is on the ground and has to clear obstacles and engage in basic infantry combat. Then you have another guy driving a tank and you both have to support each other and get back to the beaches.”

Killswitch: plays out in an all-new area set in a Russian dockyard. “One person is on the ground sneaking through and the other is in a sniper perch, sniping for the other player. You have to get through the level and detonate an EMP at the end.”

2 Previous Maps: Sanctuary and Foundation

 

***On May 15th “Face-Off” Maps: Aground and Erosion
will be FREE on Xbox Live for All.***
 

New game mode “FACE-OFF”: It’s a one-on-one or two-on-two deathmatch mode featuring four brand new maps custom built for more intimate combat.

 

Visit our DLC page more info!

PC and PlayStation 3 roll-out to follow.

SOURCE: Eurogamer