More MW3 DLC including the return of Terminal

Modern Warfare 3 is going to delight players again as July sees some exciting DLC for ELITE members.

ForXbox 360 ELITEmembers the DLC (released on 17th July) will offer:

  • 3 Multiplayer Maps
    • Decommission will see players travel an ocean liner graveyard
    • Offshore will be a map that will delight sniper fans as players face off on an oil rig littered with highpoints to perch and snipe
    • Terminal will see the return of the popular Modern Warfare 2 Map set in a Russian Airport
  • 1 Special Ops Mission
    • Vertigo will see players perched on the roof of the Oasis Hotel and will be able to pick off enemies and helicopters alike.

For PS3 ELITEmembersthe DLC package is slightly different and hits the console a couple of days after the 360 package (released on 19th July). The DLC will include the same amount of content:

  • 3 Face Off Maps
    • Vortex will see players face off on a farm recently exposed to a Tornado
    • U-Turn will let players battle through a Middle eastern highway
    • Intersection will drop players into the city of New York to fight to the death (and respawn and death cycle that multiplayer brings with it)
  • 1 Special Ops Mission
    • Arctic Recon will see players travel by land sea and air as they fight to destroy a Russian warship

Finally on the 18th July those Xbox 360 players not subscribed to the Modern Warfare ELITE member’s service, will also be able to download the Terminal Map free of charge.

It looks like there has not been a better time to put Modern Warfare 3 back in the disc tray and boot up some multiplayer Mayhem

What do you think to the return of Terminal as well as the other DLC due to drop? Let us know your thoughts by leaving your comments below.

David Bevan

David has been a computer lover since a young age with fond memories of the NES which created a strong loyalty to Nintendo until Sony hit the market. Moving from Nintendo to a Playstation 1 and Playstation 2, the next generation of consoles saw him move his loyalties yet again, this time to the XBbox 360. David is often found playing games when not working or following his other passion of comics. David worked in the computer games industry for the last 7 years as a support manager for an MMORPG before taking a step away from the industry and living his passion for gaming through his achievement hunting in his spare time and through writing for our website.

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