Black Ops 4 New Maps Released (Elevation & Madagascar)

Call of Duty Black Ops 4 Black Ops Pass owners now have access to new multiplayer DLC maps. The two new maps, Elevation & Madagascar, are now live on all platforms. The two new maps are the first maps released for Black Ops Pass owners since the release of Black Ops 4. The maps are currently only available to players with the Black Ops Pass. Players who purchase the Black Ops Pass will have access to a DLC only playlist where they can play only Elevation & Madagascar.



Elevation

About Elevation

The first map Elevation takes place in scenic Nepal. Elevation features a snow covered ground and buildings with bright colors with a multitude of different vertical levels to play on. Around the map you will see vibrant buildings, fires and smoke. The map features three main lanes for players to push through. The official description for Elevation is as follows:

Map Description

A remote Nepalese village is the stage for a dangerous rescue mission after an assault on a military transport helicopter leaves it grounded and its high value contents missing.

Overhead Map

Elevation Overhead Map

Elevation Overhead Map

Elevation Game Play

Madagascar

About Madagascar

Madagascar has a jungle feel to it. The map features dusty buildings and massive trees. The map is more open and has long line of sights throughout.

Overhead Map

Madagascar Overhead Map

Madagascar Overhead Map

Madagascar Game Play

How to Purchase Elevation and Madagascar

To play on the two new maps you will need to own the Call of Duty Black Ops 4 Black Ops Pass. You can purchase the pass in-game on Call of Duty Black Ops 4. Inside of Black Ops 4 at the main menu there is a store button. Within the store you will find the option to purchase the Black Ops Pass. The pass costs $49.99 and will make future DLC including Blackout characters free for the duration of Call of Duty Black Ops 4.

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1 Response

  1. Rob King says:

    If Activision ever decides to make their games have less lag like most other manufacturers have they might be worth buying. At this point the last four games I think I’ve bought from them have been crap simply because of the lag.

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