Call of Duty Infinite Warfare Expansion Gives 90’s Theme Horror (VIDEO)
It’s been a little over a month since Activision and Infinity Ward have launched their latest high-tech war game to fans, and we now have our first official announcement of things to come. The first Infinite Warfare expansion to the latest Call of Duty title is called Sabotage, and with it, we see a great amount of content coming our way. Of course, no Call of Duty expansion is complete without our forever-anticipated zombie map, and this time it looks like it’s going to actually be one hell of a party.
The Zombies in Spaceland characters have escaped the deadly theme park only to find themselves trapped in another of Willard Wyler’s horror films. Rave in the Redwoods throws players into an abandoned camp-turned rave party packed with terrifying Zombie enemies and classic 90’s style.
Titled Rave in the Redwoods, this 90’s themed zombie fiesta looks like it’s been pulled right from the greatest slasher/zombie flick of the past century. Of course we can’t wait to get our hands on this particular map, because it just looks so cool and a slightly redeemable factor to the franchise.
Aside from the epic-looking Zombie map, Sabotage also comes with four additional maps for gamers to experience. Noir, Renaissance, Neon and Dominion are all new areas that give a host of cool things to explore, enemies to go head to head with, and even lets us relive an old classic from previous Call of Duty experience. Dominion, a remastered version of the Call of Duty: Modern Warfare map “Afghan” is definitely the one we want to check out first. Even still, we can’t deny that the futuristic touch of Neon, the picturesque Venetian canals of Renaissance, or the grim outlook of battling the streets of Brooklyn also look pretty epic to explore. Check out the video below to get a glimpse of what to expect from these four maps:
The new Infinite Warfare expansion goes live on January 31st, 2017, so we don’t have long to wait until we get our hands on this latest DLC content, so make sure you check out the purchasing price of this download if you haven’t already gotten the Infinite Warfare Season Pass. If you are all ready to get suited up for this expansion but don’t want to wait for January to finally roll around, check out this post on the Call of Duty holiday DLC to keep yourself in the game.
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