Earlier this evening, Treyarch released an update for the Nintendo Wii U version of Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 inadvertently confirming the eventual release of today's Revolution DLC expansion on that platform. With Activision's current and past support for Nintendo consoles, this isn't too surprising but it does make it the first Call of Duty game to get full DLC support on a Nintendo platform, unless we're much mistaken.
The DLC was first noticed the Barracks menu, where Treyarch inadvertently gave everyone access to the Peacekeeper SMG calling cards. As you know, the Peacekeeper is available exclusively in the Revolution DLC so the cats out of the bag there. In addition to the Peacekeeper, Revolution also includes the following:
Four multiplayer maps:
One Zombies map:
- Die Rise
It also includes a brand new Zombies game mode in Turned, which sees players taking on the role of the zombie for the first time. Check out some screenshots of the calling cards after the break!