Call Of Duty: Infinite Warfare Sabotage DLC Brings 90's-Themed Zombie Story And New Maps

As a tradition of the franchise, every Call of Duty game will receive lots of post-launch support and Infinite Warfare is not a total stranger to that. Currently, Activision has officially revealed the first DLC of the game entitled Sabotage. Based on the report, the upcoming expansion pack is expected to bring additional multiplayer maps. In addition, it also includes 90's-themed zombies expansion called Rave in the Redwoods.  The said expansion is scheduled for release on Jan. 31 on PS4 while Xbox One and PC's release dates have remained unannounced.

According to the report from Attack of the Fanboy, Rave in the Redwoods will feature the star from Zombies of Spaceland once again. It was directed by the fictional director Willard Wyler portrayed by Paul Reubens. Meanwhile, Dave Stohl from Infinity Ward said that they are hyped to introduce the brand new chapter to the game's zombie mode experience that takes their players into the uncanny 1990s summer camp directly to the horror movies of the decade.

On the other hand, Sabotage will also feature four additional maps namely Noir, Neon, Renaissance and Dominion. Noir is described is a dusky, filthy city inspired by futuristic Brooklyn at night. It is a classic three-lane map set against a background of a dystopian future, full of cafes and parks surrounding a ruthless battleground.

The next map Neon was known as the virtual training center intended for urban warfare. Middle lane views will benefit the long-ranged players while outcasts of the map allow for hasty counter-attacks in close-combat battle. Renaissance is a map set in Northern Italy. It brings players to the narrow streets of Venice where they will battle each other surrounded by classic buildings and promoting nonstop action through canals and neighborhood in this iconic city.  

Lastly, the Dominion map is reported as the re-work of the Afghan map in Modern Warfare 2. The Dominion map preserves all the notable landmarks and gameplay of the original with few enhancements planned to benefit the new movement system.

Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare is now available on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

 

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