9 god damned months of DLC? I don’t think any games have offered that other than the music and dance games. Starting January 24th you will see the 1st new multiplayer maps, Liberation and Piazza. In the 1st 3 months of the year you Call Of Duty Elite’s and Xbox Live users will be seeing 5 DLCs coming your way. Followed by frequent new content all the way until September. Elite Premium members will always see the content 1st, followed by regular Xbox Live gamers, and followed even later by PC, and Playstation 3 gamers.
On top of multiplayer maps, there will be new game modes, special ops missions and more. Head past the break to read about the upcoming content for the next few months. The first two Content Drops will be multiplayer maps—also playable in Modern Warfare 3 Survival Mode—that throw combatants into a war-torn Central Park and an Italian seaside village. Liberation is a vast, militarized landscape, ripe for long-range sniper and LMG fire, with mounted turrets on either end that lend power to anyone brave enough to expose themselves in exchange for deadly firepower. Piazza is the idyllic Italian getaway that is anything but, where tight corners and branching pathways pose great risk at every turn. Close-range combat dominates in Piazza, where attacks from behind, above and below are an ever-constant threat.
The third Content Drop will be available for download in mid-February and two additional Content Drops will go live in March, as premium Call of Duty Elite members will receive new content once a month between now and September. Also in March, the first Modern Warfare 3 Content Collection will be available for purchase by the entire Call of Duty: MW3 player community on Xbox Live.
To celebrate the launch of each new content drop, Call of Duty Elite will run specialized events for real-world prizes throughout the nine-month Season. Additional details about the Modern Warfare 3 Content Season for Call of Duty Elite and Collection series will be announced throughout the year.
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