Call Of Duty: Infinite Warfare's Next Expansion Arrives On PS4
Continuum has arrived on PS4; coming to Xbox One and PC later.
Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare grows today with a new expansion that is out now on PlayStation 4. Continuum, which follows the Sabotage expansion from earlier this year, adds four multiplayer maps (Turista, Scrap, Archive, and Excess), as well as the Shaolin Shuffle Zombies map.
This map is set in 1970s New York, featuring disco-zombies. It stars Pam Grier, who starred in Quentin Tarantino's 1997 crime thriller film Jackie Brown, as well as Paul Reubens, Seth Green, Jay Pharoah, and Sasheer Zamata. Check out the trailer above to see the map in action.
Continuum is included with Infinite Warfare's $50 DLC pass or can be purchased by itself for $15. There are two more expansions coming to the game that are included with the DLC pass, though they have yet to be formally announced.
All Infinite Warfare DLC launches first on PlayStation as part of a timed-exclusivity deal between Activision and Sony. Players on Xbox One and PC can expect Continuum to arrive on their systems in about a month.
While Continuum is only available for PS4 users, a new patch is out now for all version of Infinite Warfare. Here are the patch notes, as posted by Infinity Ward on Reddit.
• VPR adjustments:
- Recoil and gun kick provide a little more consistency
- Damage adjustments
- Fixed a bug that would double up on hit markers
- Increased clip/stock size
- Decreased reload times
• Various map fixes
• Slide challenges: added a grace period to make slide medals and challenges easier to get
• Fix for a bug where enabling and disabling Hardcore Mode would not correctly keep Respawn Delay values in sync for the mode
• Fix for the player being damaged by their own Shockwave while using Reactive Armor
• Disabling Gestures while in Phase Shift
• CWL adjustments:
- Removed grace period times for Overdrive and Active Camo. This means you will no longer be refunded the Payload even if killed just after activating the Payload
- Lowered score requirements for all Payload weapons except Claw to make them more viable for use
- Banning silencers for all weapons
In other Call of Duty news, 2017's game is in development at Advanced Warfare studio Sledgehammer Games. It has yet to be announced, but Activision typically reveals the year's new Call of Duty in May, so it might not be long until we know more. The game is rumored to be set in World War II.
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