The next DLC bundle for Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare is locked and loaded, with a collection of four new multiplayer maps getting thrown into the mix. Combine that with the new zombies chapter, and Continuum is shaping up quite nicely.
Due to launch on the PlayStation 4 next Tuesday, April 18 (and about a month later on Xbox One) Continuum will introduce players to four new battlegrounds set in the not-too-distant future. These include a trio of new maps, as well as an old favorite revitalized from Modern Warfare 2. Here's a look at what you can expect.
That's a pretty nice mix of new levels with layouts that complement just about every type of play style. Whether you're a close-quarters combatant, someone who likes to gun from the mid-range or a damn-dirty sniper, you'll find something here that matches your preferred conditions. Here's a rundown of each of Infinitite Warfare's new maps, straight from the developer.
Turista -- A plush spa and resort, Turista is nestled in the middle of a giant skeleton of an ancient creature. With sniper spots scattered across a majestic, central waterfall, Turista also boasts tight interiors for fans of close-quartered combat and a three-lane design that caters to a variety of play styles.
Scrap -- Set in an abandoned junkyard on the Moon, Scrap features a combination of extended sightlines and tactical pathways that reward players who engage in both long and short range combat.
Archive -- Fast, frenetic engagements set the pace in Archive, a post-futurist art gallery where tight engagements contrast with open exterior battlegrounds in this wide three-lane style map.
Excess -- Perched atop a gilded penthouse in a sprawling future metropolis, Excess is a small, circular map re-imagined from the classic Modern Warfare 2 map, Rust, that retains the intense, fast-paced combat from the original.
All of those maps will be available in Infinite Warfare's competitive modes when Continuum launches. As an added bonus, you'll also get the newest chapter in the zombie-slaying saga, perfect for cooperative play. The mode has taken players from an amusement park to an abandoned summer camp and, next up, they'll be venturing to the streets of the big city. Called "Shaolin shuffle," this latest addition to the story is set in the 1970's and, as its name suggests, both your enemies and the playable characters have some newfound martial arts skills. Also, Pam Grier will be along for the ride as this chapter's celebrity guest, so you can't really go wrong there.
So, what do you think, soldier? Is that enough to keep you coming back to Infinite Warfare for more? Let us know in the comments below.