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Black Ops 4 Zombies Ancient Evil DLC release date and trailer

Published: 18:57, 21 March 2019
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Treyarch and Activision announced the next Call of Duty Black Ops 4 Zombies DLC named Ancient Evil in the latest reveal trailer. The new content is scheduled to release on PlayStation 4 on 26 March 2019 and PC and Xbox One at later date.

Treyarch and Activision have released a reveal trailer for the new, upcoming Zombies experience for Call of Duty Black Ops 4. Ancient Evil is the name of the new DLC and it's described as a chilling next chapter of the Black Ops 4 Zombies saga. It's the final Chaos story experience of the current Zombies season.

Ancient Evil is coming on 26 March 2019 and it will be PlayStation 4 exclusive for some time, before arriving to PC and Xbox One just like the majority of previous Black Ops 4 update. The DLC is also included in Black Ops Pass.

The new map is set in Ancient Greece, the city of Delphi more precisely and judging by the trailer, it will bring a lot of undead creatures for you to shoot. Classic zombies, skeletons and even some mythical creatures like Pegasus and something that looks like a combination of Cyclops and Goro from Mortal Kombat will await you in the arena. 

Apart from the three-minute trailer, and some shots of zombies and new skins, Treyarch didn't really share many details about Ancient Evil, but more info is expected in the upcoming days. 

After the Ancient Evil drops, Treyarch plan to release two additional Zombies experiences that will take place in the Aether storyline that should be familiar to classic Zombies fans.

While you wait for Ancient Evil, there is a lot of other content that Treyarch released on all platforms this week. You can take part in St. Patrick's Day themed event named Shamrock & Awe that introduces free seasonal content to Multiplayer, Blackout, and Zombies.

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Furthermore, there are some changes to earlier updates that didn't go well with the PC community. Deathmatch Moshpit playlist has been split back into separate Team Deathmatch and Kill Confirmed playlists.

The latest update also reduced the number of players required to auto-start Blackout's Quads, Duos and Solo matches from 100 to 80 for faster match start times. This change is only introduced to PC.

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