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Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare’s first DLC, titled Sabotage, will release for PlayStation 4 on January 31 with “other platforms to follow,” Activision has announced.
Sabotage will bring four new multiplayer maps to Infinite Warfare as well as a new chapter for the game’s zombie mode. Rave in the Redwoods, the next zombie chapter, will continue “the macabre narrative while transporting players into a new decade: the 1990s.” Players will fight zombie hordes “in an abandoned, lakeside summer camp where zombie ravers have taken over and turned the grounds into a techno-fueled illusion.” All four playable characters from the original story will return, but with “fresh, over-the-top roles.”
The pack adds four new multiplayer maps – Noir, Renaissance, Neon, and Dominion – a “reimagining” of Modern Warfare 2’s Afghan map. You can check out the full details, from the announcement, below:
1.Noir, the first of the new multiplayer maps, is a “dark, grimy” three-lane night map inspired by futuristic Brooklyn. Navigate tight corners through abandoned city streets in this medium sized classic three-lane map.
2.Neon will take players to a digitized virtual training center where “cars and other structures spawn out of thin air and enemies dissolve into hundreds of pixels when defeated.”
3.The third map of the DLC, dubbed Renaissance, is set in Venice, Italy where players will fight in narrow streets surrounded by classic architecture and the city’s iconic canals. Don’t be distracted by the idyllic Venetian canals, this map is an intense urban combat zone funneling fast-paced gameplay through a small, split figure eight design. Originally designed for future urban warfare simulation, this “Z” shaped map is a digitized battle arena featuring long sight-lines and flanking routes supporting any style of gameplay.
4.Finally, Dominion is a re-imagining of the Afghan Map from Modern Warfare 2. The map will retain all of the landmarks from the original, but is set on Mars with “a few enhancements designed to take advantage of the new movement system”. In this reimagining of the Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 classic map ‘Afghan,’ ranged combat is focused from a variety of strategic vantage points to the center of this sprawling crash site.
Sabotage also features Rave in the Redwoods, the next chapter of the Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare zombies experience, continuing the macabre narrative while transporting players into a new decade: the 1990s.
Willard Wyler, the enigmatic movie director villain, returns and has trapped the protagonists inside another one of his twisted horror films.
The four playable characters from the original story also return, but with fresh, over-the-top roles, as they learn more about Wyler’s evil plot while fighting all-new varieties of the undead in an abandoned, lakeside summer camp where zombie ravers have taken over and turned the grounds into a techno-fueled illusion.
Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare Sabotage DLC Map Pack is available for a great value via the Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare Season Pass, which can be purchased on its own or obtained as part of the Legacy Pro or Digital Deluxe editions of the game. Season Pass gives discounted access to all four Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare DLC Map Packs released during 2017 (discount based on a Season Pass suggested retail price of $49.99, and four individual DLC Map Packs at a suggested retail price of $15 each). Season Pass owners will also receive 10 Rare Supply Drops upon purchase plus 1,000 bonus Salvage Credits to craft new prototype weapons.
Additionally, the DLC brings Rave in the Redwoods, a new 90’s-themed Zombies co-op expansion. All four playable characters from Zombies in Spaceland will return, only this time they’ll be fighting off hordes of zombies at a lakeside campground/rave party in a “spooky adventure full of twists and turns, complete with a slasher enemy stalking your every move.”
Preorders starting on January 17. Sabotage will be releasing on PlayStation 4 first on January 31, Xbox One and PC releases to follow.