Old 18 Mar 2017, 4:02 PM EDT   #1
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GB Variant Maps

GB Variant needs more maps to be added in. Don't know why you guys got rid of vacant, that was a great map for it. Also, overgrown was taken out of doubles and that map played out very well. Can't wait for more maps to be added plus chinatown better be gb variant as well, like it was back in the original. (but you guys probably won't do that because its DLC that needs to be bought)
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Old 18 Mar 2017, 4:45 PM EDT   #2
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District was a great map aswell
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Old 19 Mar 2017, 2:55 PM EDT   #3
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bring back vacant and add chinatown and creek with an option to enable or disable dlc
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Old 20 Mar 2017, 6:01 AM EDT   #4
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agree, definitely needs to be a couple more maps in the rotation for variant s&d

district > crossfire

vacant is a great map

*** the dlc cos activision are theiving bastards makin u pay for the legacy edition, micro DLC, and the 12 dlc maps which cost 10 9 years ago when they were brand new
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