Activision and Infinity Ward have given the first look at Continuum, the next DLC pack for 2016’s best selling game, Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare.
The package will contain four new maps:
- Turista: A spa resort within the skeleton of a giant ancient creature,
- Scrap: Located on the Moon, players will find themselves battling in an abandoned junkyard
- Archive: A post-futurist art gallery.
- Excess: Set on the roof of a penthouse in a futuristic city and is a reimagination of Rust from Modern Warfare 2, AKA the greatest quickscoping map in CoD history.
As with the previous DLC pack, Continuum will include a new zombies map. Shaolin Shuffle places players in what Activision describes as “a ‘70s-era New York disco-zombie fright fest.” This new chapter in zombies mode sees Paul Reubens return as director Willard Wyler. Reprising their roles are Seth Green (Robot Chicken, Family Guy) as “The Punk Rocker;” Jay Pharoah (SNL) as “The Street Poet;” Ike Barinholtz (Suicide Squad, Neighbors) as “The Sleazebag;” and Sasheer Zamata (SNL) as “The Disco Chick.”
This new DLC won’t cost an extra penny for those that’ve already paid $49.99 for the Season Pass. For others, Continuum will cost $14.99 when it hits the PlayStation store on April 18. A release date for Xbox One and PC platforms has not yet been confirmed.
The first DLC, Sabotage, was released in January.