Infinite Warfare DLC Pack Introduces the Shaolin Shuffle Zombie Map Featuring Pam Grier (VIDEO)

Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare introduces an all new zombie DLC called Shaolin Shuffle within the second map pack titled “Continuum”. Set in the disco era of the 1970’s within New York City, four actors traveled back in time from the 90’s to face an all new challenge. In order to survive another wave of kung-fu fighting undead, AJ, Poindexter, Sally, and Will Andre must seek the wisdom of the all-knowing Pam Grier. Do those names sound familiar? In January, the franchise released a downloadable content called Rave in the Redwoods featuring psychedelic neon colors, over-sized sports jerseys, plaid shirts, and director Kevin Smith! This time around, players get to utilize martial arts magic to take down the challenges ahead. Previously, the game had players face off against Slasher and Sasquatch, but this time around it looks like an evil shaman who controls rats will be the ultimate nemesis. Check out the trailer below:

In the next episode of the Infinite Warfare Zombies experience, Shaolin Shuffle, the enigmatic movie director villain, Willard Wyler, is bringing back the funk. After escaping the lakeside cabin of horror , our four heroes find themselves time-warped to 1970s New York, only to discover that all of the inhabitants are as undead as disco. Shaolin Shuffle is an action packed, kung-fu fright-fest, filled with enough traps, easter eggs and surprises to satisfy the needs of any master protecting their dojo.

Of course, just because it’s called Shaolin Shuffle doesn’t mean the only weapons are hands and feet. As versatile as those tools may be, characters can also use swords, guns, and a variety of traps for the larger mobs. Each of the four actors will don decade appropriate outfits too – funky shirts, brightly colored clothes, bell bottom pants, and sporting an afro.

Continuum and Shaolin Shuffle is available for pre-order right now. It will release on April 18th, 2017 with 4 new multiplayer maps including Excess, Turista, Archive, and Scrap. So, gamers, thinking about purchasing Continuum? Any thoughts on Shaolin Shuffle? Feel free to leave any thoughts or comments in the  section below or begin a conversation on Don’t Feed the Gamers official Disqus channel, Facebook, or Twitter!

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