PC owners will finally get their hands on the first round of downloadable content for Treyarch's Call of Duty: Black Ops
, with Activision confirming the DLC would arrive for the desktop platform on the 25th of March on Steam.
Obviously there's much contention over the DLC delivery platform in the PC space given such content updates used to be free, or were part of a greater "expansion", but for those interested in expanding
their gameplay with five new multiplayer maps, the new content is going to come in at USD $13.49 thanks to a 10% discount on Valve's part, otherwise it'll normally set you back USD $14.99.
Call Of Duty: Black Ops "First Strike" DLC Trailer