Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare’s ‘Sabotage’ DLC is Now Available For Xbox and PC (VIDEO)
As part of a timed exclusivity arrangement between Sony and Activision, all downloadable content for the latest installment of Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare releases on the PlayStation 4 console a full month before its released to the rest of the world. This means players on the Xbox One and PC have a little longer to wait. Due to this, the Sabotage DLC was not available for the latter two consoles, until now that is.
In January of this year, the first paid DLC content for the game released under the name of Sabotage for the PlayStation 4 console. This content includes four new multiplayer maps as well as a new Zombies map. As of March 2nd this content has been made available for the Xbox or PC as well.
As seen in the video the four maps will provide quite a lot of mayhem:
- Noir, a dark grimy city which takes inspiration from a futuristic Brooklyn during the night. Made in a three- lane style and set against the backdrop of a dystopian future. If it was any darker it would be played like a black and white detective film.
- Renaissance, visit the narrow streets of Venice, Italy surrounded by timeless architecture and flowing canals. This map takes the sleepy romantic city and turns it into a fast paced slaughter-town.
- Neon, a virtual training center designed to train combatants for urban warfare. It is unique, digitized arena where vehicles and all other manner of structures spawn at random. Enemies will dissolve into so much digital dust. The middle lane provides good long range combat while the outsides allow for quick close quarters encounters.
- Dominion, a fresh take on a classic map from Modern Warfare 2 Afghan. Dominion is a sprawling ranged battleground on a partially terraformed Mars. As with Afghan, a large crashed ship takes center stage for players to use as cover from its many overlooks and sightlines.
These maps sound intense, especially the remake the fan favorite, Afghan. As for the zombies map in the Sabotage DLC – well, you might as well take a look at the intro. It’s raving mad.
The map is larger than Zombies in Spaceland, and oddly enough – doesn’t have a starting weapon. Players begin at the “Bear Lodge” and move on to the Mess Hall, Old Marvin Mine, Thunderbird Amphitheater, and more. Interesting to note is that Kevin Smith makes an appearance as a secret unlockable character, playing the role of a special celebrity who gets trapped inside Willard Tyler’s films. David Hasslehoff appears in a similar fashion during the Zombies in Spaceland map. Who raves at a summer camp? Apparently these people do, and look where it got them.
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