‘Call of Duty: Black Ops 3’ Latest News, Release Date & Update: Descent DLC Map Disappoints Fans

By Staff Reporter , Updated Jul 22, 2016 08:28 AM EDT
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It's a descending update; at least that's what players say when they expressed their disappointment on the latest "Call of Duty: Black Ops 3" DLC. Although not all of the gamers were unsatisfied, we can't help but reveal some few of the problems encountered on the Descent DLC update.

It's not everything about the Descent map that's unlikable. In fact, the Empire and Berserk maps were highly praised. The Cryogen on the other hand received some poor review as players say, it tends to hinder their tactical plans in the "Call of Duty: Black Ops 3" game.

In the Cryogen map, players claim that it ruins the flowing movement of the game as well as the gamers notes in particular. Suggestions about having water areas in the game will likely deliver a better Cryogen map.

According to the Hofmag, the disappointment on the Cryogen map is countered by the Empire's excellent behavior. But comes the Rumble map, some players claim that at least half of it were not playable. In particular, the Robotic characters that were unmoving hindered players in surveying the location.

"Call of Duty: Black Ops 3" Descent DLC contains 4 maps that include, Empire, Berserk, Cryogen and Rumble. The Empire is a remastered map from Black Ops 2. Berserk on the other hand is largely related to Skyrim while Cryogen, tagged as the most boring among the other maps is a futuristic holding facility for criminals; not much action is needed on this part. Lasty, the Rumble where players fight against robots that, some players claim immovable at times. The main attraction is the kill zone in the middle where players can actually engage in a combat.

What do you think of the "Call of Duty: Black Ops 3" Descent DLC? Are you satisfied with the maps included? Don't be left behind and get the latest news about Black Ops 3 here on GamenGuide.com.

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