While two of the multiplayer maps ultimately let it down, Descent is Black Ops III's best DLC so far, thanks to the sheer madness and fun-factor of Gorod Krovi, one of the series' best Zombies maps. Empire and Berserk are also great additions to the multiplayer, adding their own individual styles to a once-monotonous selection of maps.
The third DLC of Black Ops III offers the most deliciously "pulp" zombie chapter of the Origins saga, together with a couple of good maps. Probably not the best DLC ever, but an expansion that will make the Call of Duty fans happy.
Descent feels a little bit of a disappointment. Two maps are fairly bland, with Beserk being the most interesting, and Empire while being a fantastic remake of Raid, doesn't suit the speed and core movement.
The Descent DLC is definitely not the best DLC out there for Black Ops 3. Although the remake of Raid (Empire) is pretty cool, the three new multiplayer maps are quite standard. Zombie mode, Korod Grovi, is a big plus once again.
SummaryDescent takes the fight to new Black Ops III Multiplayer environments, including Cryogen: an isolated cryo-prison; Berserk: a Viking village frozen in time; Rumble: a future robot combat arena; and Empire: a re-imagining of the Call of Duty Black Ops II classic, Raid, as a lavish Roman villa. [Activision]