It hasn't been a secret that Microsoft has a deal with all of the right people to carry the first downloadable content for the mega-hit that is Call of Duty: Black Ops, but perhaps it's the timing of the announcement that seems like it might rub all of those players on other systems, like Sony's PlayStation 3. Courtesy of Major Nelson's latest podcast, it's been confirmed that the first DLC for Black Ops, entitled First Strike, will indeed be coming to the Xbox 360 first, and it's launching on February 1st.
The DLC is centered around more multiplayer maps. There will be four standard maps that are introduced in the new map pack, and one map that's specifically meant for the Zombies mode of the title. As for locations, players will be able to play from one level of the missions in Hong Kong, and another that takes place in the Arctic Circle. There will be two new locations, too: one that's near the Berlin Wall, and another that takes place in a hockey stadium.
For those that play the game on PlayStation 3 or the PC, you are getting the DLC, too. However, you'll just have to wait until March, 2011. As for pricing, it looks like it's been decided that 1,200 Microsoft Points has been given the green light. That's about $15. Anyone think that's too much?
[via Major Nelson]