Activision has confused quite a number of Call of Duty fans with its tiered release of DLC for Modern Warfare 3. Two add-on maps are already available for the popular online shooter, but only for Call of Duty Elite subscribers on Xbox 360. Non-Elite players and those playing on PC and PS3 have been left out in the cold.
Well, one more piece of the puzzle has been put together. The Piazza and Liberation maps will be available for Call of Duty Elite subscribers on the PS3 starting February 28th.
If this is the start of a trend, it appears Elite members on PS3 will have to wait one month after their Xbox 360 counterparts to get their add-on content. That means February's map for Xbox 360 players should be available on PS3 in March. (See the full schedule here.)
"If you’re an Elite premium member, you’ll get a message at the MW3 multiplayer menu as soon as the content is available to download; from there, just select Store from the multiplayer menu and the downloads will be yours at no additional charge," the PlayStation.Blog details.
But what about non-Elite subscribers and PC players (who don't have the option to subscribe to Elite)? Unfortunately, it seems that your second-rate citizenship in the COD community will force you to wait for more information.