Call Of Duty: Infinite Warfare's New DLC Map Pack Re-Imagines A Modern Warfare 2 Classic

Second Infinite Warfare DLC pack is called Continuum.


Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare's second map pack has been revealed, and it's called Continuum.

The DLC contains four new maps: Turista, a spa resort contained within the skeleton of a giant ancient creature; Scrap, which is set on an abandoned Moonbase junkyard; Archive, a post-futuristic art gallery; and Excess, which is a small-scale re-imagining of the Modern Warfare 2 map Rust.

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Now Playing: Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare Continuum DLC - Shaolin Shuffle Trailer

In addition, publisher Activision has released a new trailer that shows off the add-on's Shaolin Shuffle Zombies map--check it out above.

The Zombies chapter is set in a "'70s-era New York disco-zombie fright fest," according to Activision. It stars Pam Grier--who previously appeared in Quentin Tarantino's 1997 crime thriller film Jackie Brown--as well as Paul Reubens (Pee-wee's Big Holiday, Gotham), Seth Green (Robot Chicken, Austin Powers), Jay Pharoah (Saturday Night Live, Ride Along), and Sasheer Zamata (Saturday Night Live, Inside Amy Schumer).

Continuum will cost $15 when it launches on April 18 for PlayStation 4; "other platforms [will] follow," states Activision. Infinite Warfare's previous map pack, Sabotage, came to Xbox One and PC around five weeks after its PS4 launch thanks to a timed-exclusivity deal between Activision and Sony.

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered also received a DLC pack recently, adding the four maps contained in Call of Duty 4's Variety Pack.

In other Call of Duty news, this year's game is reportedly called WWII. It follows Infinite Warfare, which had lower-than-expected sales.

Despite some fan criticism, we enjoyed the latest Call of Duty here at GameSpot. Critic Miguel Concepcion said it offers the franchise's "best story in years," with some moments "at least as memorable and moving as any deeds from … the series' heyday." Read more in our full Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare review.

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