This is what happens when you don't follow Call of Duty: Black Ops III for a year and wind up watching the trailer for its final expansion pack. Like seriously, what the absolute flying fig is going on here? Treyarch claims that Salvation will conclude an epic journey through space and time, as Richtofen, Dempsey, Takeo, and Nikolai put an end to the Origins zombie saga that's been eight years in the making. We thought that Call of Duty: Zombies was just a bonus co-op mode, since when has it had an absolutely ass-crazy storyline as well?

In addition to the new corpse crushing, time twisting, interstellar outing, you'll also get four fresh competitive multiplayer maps as part of the add-on: Outlaw, Citadel, Rupture, and Micro. Apparently, Outlaw's a Western-inspired adaptation of Standoff from Call of Duty: Black Ops II, while Rupture transposes Call of Duty: World at War's Outskirts to a futuristic, sci-fi setting. Does Activision just leave these devs to their own devices when it comes to the final DLC packs or something? Is this Treyarch unleashing an entire production cycle's worth of pent-up creative frustration into one single expansion pack?

The insanity will deploy on 6th September for the PlayStation 4.