New multiplayer maps in the Call of Duty's latest Eclipse DLC are perfect for training your wall running skills and other new techniques.
Eclipse, the latest DLC for Call of Duty: Black Ops 3, is finally out on PC and Xbox One. It includes a whole new map for Zombies Mode – “Zetsoubu no Shima” - that takes place on an infested island in the Pacific Ocean. You can also obtain two new powerful wonder weapons there by following this guide.
Additionally, Eclipse DLC includes four new multiplayer maps: Spire, Knockout, Rift, and Verge. All four maps are very colorful and offer a set of new challenges to take. This guide offers a few important tips on how to use these maps in the best way possible.
Spire is based on a futuristic transportation landing zone that was built to help vehicles travel around the Earth in a faster way. It is located up in the sky and has a few interesting spots to check out. Here’s what you should know:
The Knockout map is actually an island that combines Kung-Fu and 70s disco style with a gorgeous Shaolin Temple located in the middle. This map has a traditional Treyarch three lane structure and here’s what you need to know:
Rift is a typical military base located above some sort of crater, so you may have already figured out that this is another wall running map. Here are a few tips on how to use this map:
Verge is the re-imagining of the famous map from Call of Duty: World at War, titled “Banzai.” It has a few distinct features that make this map special, such as the cavern system and the bridge. However, Verge is a much more challenging map than Banzai and here is how you go about it:
Before entering a multiplayer mode check out all four maps in local mode and thoroughly explore the areas. Check out every room and every corner of the map – you never know which spot will fit you the best. Also, don’t be shy to use bots and have a few training sessions with them before playing against real opponents. Prepare well and you should do just fine.
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