The new downloadable content deviates slightly from the others in that there are no new competitive multiplayer maps, but instead five levels for the Zombies co-op mode - four of which are remastered from Call Of Duty: World At War.
World At War was the first game to feature Zombies mode, so the levels Nacht der Untoten, Verruckt, Der Riese, and Shi no Numa will all be making a comeback. (The first three names in German mean Night of the Undead, Insane, and The Giant, the fourth is Japanese for Swamp of Death.)
'If you were introduced to Zombies gameplay with Black Ops, these are the historical maps that will fill in some of the backstory for you - and in addition to updated weapons and polish, they each still have their own surprises to offer,' says Activision.
The fifth map is called Moon, but instead of Sam Rockwell it features hordes of the undead. There are few details but we're warned that the 'rules of engagement are changing' and that there will be surprises. Maybe this will be Call Of Duty: Space Warfare by the back door?
As usual the download will be out on Xbox 360 first, where it will be released on 23rd August for 1200 Microsoft Points (£10.20). However, if you own the Hardened and Prestige versions of the game the whole download will be absolutely free, 'as a thank-you to the hardcore fans for their support from the start'.
There's no date for the PlayStation 3 and PC versions, but it's usually about a month later. The download will also include a Moon dashboard theme and 'the official Zombies soundtrack, featuring three new tracks'.
Rezurrection is the last download not least because Modern Warfare 3 is out on 8th November, although technically Activision has never announced what formats it'll be on. But now they have: Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, PC and… Wii. And the Wii version will be out this year too, not years later like Call Of Duty 4.
Although not every Call Of Duty has been released on Nintendo's home console the ones that have, have been surprisingly good. Nowhere up to the standards of the HD versions, but not the no-effort cash-ins you'd expect either. That said we'd be more interested in hearing about confirmation of a Wii U version…
Read more: Black Ops Rezurrection map pack on Xbox, plus Modern Warfare 3 for Wii | Metro.co.uk