Activision and Infinity Ward have unveiled the first details of Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare Continuum, the second maps DLC Pack for the title. The last DLC introduces four new and different multiplayer maps and a cooperative zombie experience called dance Shaolin, set in a festival zombie disco in New York in the 1970s.
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“We couldn’t be more excited to offer a new chapter in the zombie cooperative experience with dance Shaolin, a new scenario and history continues with a wild narrative and increasingly more twisted,” mentioned Dave Stohl, head of Infinity Ward. “For multiplayer, we are working on a set of varied maps that go from tourist and Scrap, to Archive, offering several styles of play. Also is Rust, one of our favorite levels of Modern Warfare 2, reinvented and now called Excess, becoming thus complete the multiplayer pack.”
Dance Shaolin, the next chapter in the zombie experience of Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare, presents the return of Willard Wyler, the enigmatic director of film inspired by Paul Reubens. This time, Wyler has trapped four protagonists in a new horror film, set in the unforgettable 70. We will face new zombies in various locations of the era album of New York, including meters, flashy nightclubs and a martial arts dojo led by the “The master shaolin,” character dubbed by actress Pam Grier. In addition to the action already expected in Call of Duty, dance Shaolin introduces four fighting styles kung fu, each with its own set of unique combat moves.
In addition to the zombie dance Shaolin content, Continuum will include four new multiplayer maps:
- Tourist – It has a luxurious spa and resort located in the middle of the giant skeleton of an ancient creature. With various scattered sniper spots along a majestic central cascade, it also has narrow Interior for fans of combat melee and three lanes design that offers wide variety of playing styles.
- Scrap – located in a tank abandoned on the Moon, offers a combination of extended lines of vision and tactical routes that reward players who participate in both long and short range combat.
- Archive – The fast and hectic fighting set the pace, an art gallery post-futurista where attacks melee, contrast with the foreign battlefields open on this map of three lanes.
- Excess – located at the top of a penthouse in a future metropolis, has a small circular map inspired by the classic map of Modern Warfare 2, Rust, which preserves the intense and accelerated combat of the original model.
Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare Continuum will arrive on 18 April to PlayStation 4, and later, to other platforms.