CoD: Black Ops III is an FPS by Activision, the twentieth in the series, to be more precise. It is, by itself, also a sequel to Black Ops 2.The story of the game takes place 40 years after the events presented in CoD: Black Ops II. Once again, the story follows the fate of a group of black ops soldiers. As they have been cybernetically enhanced, they possess access to a set of special skills and abilities, which can aid them in their missions. The gameplay is designed to support up to 4-player cooperation. The game has also a separate Zombies campaign, which replaces all the enemies with zombies.Zombie ChroniclesZombie Chronicles for Black Ops 3 is the fifth in a row map pack for the CoD series. In total, it comprises of 8 zombies maps, coming from three CoD titles: World at War, Black Ops, and Black Ops II. All of those locations have been HD-remastered to fit the Black Ops III standards.The maps are as follows:Nacht der Untoten (ger. night of the undead) - the first zombies map, featured in CoD: World at War;Verrückt (ger. crazy) - also known as the Asylum, much larger than Nacht der Untoten, and filled with various weapons and utilities (such as electro-shock defense systems);Shi No Numa (jap. swamp of death) - a swamp surrounded by bushes, trees, and a jungle landscapeKino der Toten (ger. cinema of the dead) - it was the first map available to the players in CoD: Black Ops;Ascension - a location in the Soviet Union territory, in an abandoned cosmodrome;Shangri-La - an unknown, non-specified mountain range location in Himalayas;Moon - much self-explanatory location and the largest zombies map in CoD: Black Ops;Origins - a map from the Apocalypse DLC for CoD: Black Ops II.