'Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare' Sabotage DLC now available; Infinity Ward revealed the four new mapsBy / 2017.03.07
Activision and Infinity Ward is about to release the first downloadable content for the "Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare." Finally, fans will now get their hands on the Sabotage DLC that will bring them to the battlefield of Afghanistan.
GameSpot confirmed that the "Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare" Sabotage DLC will bring four new maps along with the returning Afghanistan map derived from the Modern Warfare 2. The DLC also includes some bug fixes and some minor tweaks to maintain the balance of the game.
Aside from the four new maps, the "Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare" Sabotage DLC will also come with a new Zombie chapter, the Rave in the Redwoods. With this new DLC, players will now have a chance to blow the heads of those man-eating zombies.
A new map is set in the futuristic Brooklyn, the Noir presented in a three lane map with some of the grimy back alleys where players will have to navigate their way around cafes, malls, and downtown war zones. The other map called Neon is a digital battle arena, enemies are exploding into a tiny pixel.
The third map is called the Ranaissance, a map inspired by Venice showcasing the classic streets and canals making the map good for close quarter combat. The last map is called Dominion, an Afghan map that first appeared in Modern Warfare 2. The original crashed airplane was replaced by a spaceship to align in the futuristic setting of the game.
Meanwhile, as per the WWG, Zombie shooter fans will now have a new game mode to enjoy. The Rave in the Redwoods will bring the players in the retro days of the 1990's where the characters from the previous campaigns will return to escape from the massive zombie horde.
The new "Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare" Sabotage DLC pack is available for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One for $15 separately. However, for the PC version, players will not have a chance to buy the new DLC separately, they will have to buy the Season Pass for $49.99, but the good thing is that it provides 1000 extra salvage credits to create a prototype weaponry.
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