Updated 12:32 PM EST, Sun, Dec 05, 2021

‘Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare’ PS4 Xbox One DLC Release & Update: Consolations for ‘Havoc’ PC Delay

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The "Havoc" DLC from "Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare" has finally arrived to the PS4 and PS3. As told by the PlayStation Blog, the content brings Exo Zombies, four new multiplayer maps and the AE4 directed energy assault rifle (with its Widowmaker variant).

However, PC players will have to wait a little longer to get "Havoc". According to Game Rant, developer Sledgehammer Games has moved the platform's release to Mar. 3, citing an "unexpected issue" as the reason for delay.

The company updated, "We have encountered an unexpected issue with the PC release for Call of Duty: #AdvancedWarfare's first DLC content pack, 'Havoc,' and we're holding its release until March 3rd. We don't take this decision lightly, but rest assured that our team is working with Activision to get this content to the PC community as quickly as possible."

In order to ease the disappointment felt by prospects, Sledgehammer has granted PC gamers one rare loot, IGN reported. This comes in the form of a KVA Paramilitary Exo, resembling the AE-4 Widowmaker.

The developer is also offering doubleXP in the title's multiplayer mode to PC players, GameSpot wrote. This is said to be effective at once.

In "Havoc," players act as Atlas Corporation employees tasked to battle Exo Zombies infected by a DNA bioweapon. The co-op mode takes celebrity characters John Malkovich, Bill Paxton, Rose McGowan and John Bernthal.

The Exo Zombies present a standalone story that must be uncovered by players. However, they have to find a way to survive first -- as PlayStation tells, these new breed of the undead are "faster and more lethal than ever before."

The four new multiplayer maps include Core, Urban, Sideshow and Drift. Core is the wreckage of a nuclear fusion plant; Urban offers fast matches in a three-lane design; Sideshow thrives as an abandoned inn under the Devil's Tower in Wyoming and finally, Drift settles in the snow-capped Rocky Mountains.

"Havoc" initially came out last month for Microsoft's Xbox One and Xbox 360, GameSpot said. The game may be purchased separately for $15.

Other expansions of the "Advanced Warfare" include Ascendance, Supremacy and Reckoning.

Published by Activision, "Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare" is described to envision the future's battlegrounds, witnessing the evolution of technology and strategy. For more information about the game, head over here. To purchase, click this.

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