Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare Havoc DLC Gets New Info, Trailer, Release Date

Activision and Sledgehammer Games offer a deep look at the upcoming DLC pack.

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Activision and Sledgehammer Games on Tuesday released new info and a brand-new trailer for Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare's upcoming Havoc DLC, which launches on January 27 first on Xbox Live.

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Havoc includes four multiplayer maps (listed below), as well as the AE4 directed energy assault rifle and the AE4 Widowmaker custom variant.

The DLC also marks the debut of Exo Zombies, a multi-part series told by Atlas Corporation characters played by celebrities, including John Malkovich. Watch the trailer above to get up to speed with the story and the new types of zombie enemies you'll face.

The four new mutliplayer maps for Advanced Warfare's Havoc DLC are:

  • Core: Set in the Gobi desert in the ruins of a nuclear fusion plant. This map also includes "decontamination drones" that players can use to kill their enemies.
  • Urban: A close-quarters map, Urban is a very vertical map, meaning players will need to hone their exoskeleton abilities to succeed. There's also a time event when blast doors open, changing sightlines and the map's overall flow mid-round.
  • Sideshow: This creepy map with both close-quarters and long lines of sight is set in Wyoming at an abandoned inn. A clown at the center of the map will emit crazy rainbow cannonballs that you can use to wipe out enemies. Watch the trailer above to see this in action.
  • Drift: Taking place in the Rocky Mountains, this map features a carousel at the middle of it that players can ride to spin around and shoot (or be shot at) from all angles. There's also a timed event on this map that launches a deadly avalanche, wiping out one area of the map and anyone unlucky enough to be standing there.

Havoc launches January 27 for Xbox 360 and Xbox One, and will come to other platforms later. It's included with the $50 Advanced Warfare DLC pass--which also comes with three other expansions--or you can buy it on its own for $15.

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