Call of Juarez: Bound in Blood DLC Shoots Up PSN and XBL This Thursday

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The first batch of Call of Juarez: Bound in Blood downloadable content is fast on the way. On Thursday, August 6th, Ubisoft will release the “Old West Map Pack” for the PS3 and Xbox 360 versions of Techland’s action-packed Wild West FPS. The DLC add-on, which we haven’t been given a price for yet, will come with four new multiplayer maps reliving historical events in American history — “Custer’s Last Stand” at Little Big Horn for example — and all four maps will be playable across all match types.

Map details and screenshots are on the jump. Watch for my full review of Call of Juarez: Bound in Blood later in the week.

Call of Juarez: Bound in Blood “Old West Map Pack”:

Little Bighorn: An open terrain level reconstructing the famous battle of Little Bighorn of June 25–26th, 1876, when General Custer’s troops were obliterated by combined American Indian forces.

Vulture Mine: Based on a theft of gold from the mine, outlaws must breach the storage facility and rob the gold stash while destroying a lift in order to Escape.

Fort Smith: In this prison escape, outlaws must breach a jail wall, ring an alarm at a nearby Sheriff’s office and then try to escape.

Elmira Prison Camp: The epic escape from Union Civil War Prison at Elmira, NY, on October 7, 1864 is recreated. Prisoners must blow up the camp and make their way to an armory and attempt to gain means of transport.

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