The first content has dropped for those with a Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 Season Pass today. It arrives first on PlayStation 4 and a bit later for those on Xbox One and PC. But a new trailer confirms some additions we’ll see within the new Black Ops 4 Dead of the Night Zombie DLC. Including an all-star group of actors lending their voices to Call of Duty’s latest Zombies mission.
The new content comes within the freshly released Operation Absolute Zero DLC. It’s premium content within the Black Ops 4 Season Pass.
The Black Ops 4 Dead of the Night Zombie DLC is set within an English estate by the name of Rhodes Manor. Set in 1912, a dinner party is arranged that sees a group of friends gathering to dine with their relic-hunting friend, Alistair Rhodes.
Things go terribly wrong when a spell transforms all but four of the dinner party guests into horrific zombies. And the voice actors of those four? Helena Bonham Carter, Kiefer Sutherland, Charles Dance, and Brian Blessed.
Kiefer Sutherland plays the gunslinger of the group. Helena Bonham Carter portrays a psychic, while Brian Blessed is a Brigadier. Charles Dance rounds out the quartet as the voice of Godfrey, the butler of Rhodes Manor.
The Black Ops 4 Dead of the Night Zombie DLC isn’t all that arrives on PlayStation 4 today though. Two new Multiplayer maps are debuting in the form of Madagascar and Elevation. And the Reaper skin is returning to game’s battle royale mode, Blackout.
Once completed, the Black Ops 4 Season Pass will be comprised of 12 Multiplayer maps, 4 exclusive Blackout skins and 5 new Zombie DLC chapters. And if future iterations are as impressive looking as the Black Ops 4 Dead of the Night Zombie DLC, just those could be worth the extra cash alone.