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Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare Reckoning finally arrives on PC, PlayStation

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The end of an exclusive era for Microsoft

Activision announced today that Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare Reckoning is now available to download on PC, PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4. This is the final of four downloadable content packs for the game, and includes four new maps, as well as the conclusion to the Exo Zombies mode.

The DLC pack is identical to the version released on Xbox 360 and Xbox One back in August. Just as it does on Microsoft consoles, Reckoning costs $14.99 for PC and Sony gamers. It is also available through Advanced Warfare's season pass, which sets you back $49.99.

Today's launch marks the end of the Call of Duty series' exclusivity deal with Microsoft. Until now, DLC for Advanced Warfare was released first for the game's two Microsoft versions. After launch, packs remained Xbox exclusives for 30 days.

Starting with the release of the upcoming Call of Duty: Black Ops 3, add-on content will come first to PlayStation consoles. Sony and Activison announced their new partnership back in June.

Advanced Warfare Reckoning aims to tide players over until Black Ops 3 hits stores on Nov. 6.