The fourth and final DLC for Call of Duty: Black Ops III is set to arrive later this week for Xbox One and PC gamers.

Dubbed Salvation, the DLC includes four new multiplayer maps and the last chapter in the Zombies storyline. Citadel, set in the ruins of an ancient castle and Micro, a miniature war zone that takes place on an oversized picnic table (yeah, you can't make this stuff up) are both brand new while Outlaw - a remake of the Standoff map from Black Ops II - and Rupture - made in the image of the Outskits map from Call of Duty: World at War - should feel somewhat familiar to longtime CoD fans.

Salvation, which has been a PlayStation 4 exclusive for the past month, lands on Xbox One and PC on October 6. Those with a season pass should be able to download the DLC automatically later this week; otherwise, expect to pay $14.99 if purchased individually.

The final DLC makes way for the next major release in the CoD series, Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare, which is set to arrive on November 4. The game was initially met with lots of criticism from fans that aren't thrilled about Activision's insistence on pushing the franchise further into the future. To make matters worse, the next Battlefield game (Call of Duty's main rival) is taking gameplay back to the WWI era.

Battlefield 1 is set for release on October 21 followed by Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare a couple of weeks later on November 4.