Today Activision and Infinity Ward released on PS4 the brand new Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare DLC Absolution.
As usual, Xbox One and PC players will get the content at a later date, but at least we can all take a look at the content thanks to a new trailer.
The new DLC includes four new multiplayer maps, which you can read about in the official description below.
- Bermuda – A shantytown created around the remnants of a crashed ship, Bermudaallows players to duck, dive, and wall ride from the fish market to the lighthouse in this small to medium sized map that’s been water-wasted and sandblasted.
- Permafrost – Set within the chill of a frozen city skyline, Permafrost lets players stick to the ground and pick their plan of attack in one of three main lanes. They will traverse the map, moving from street side to train station, and hobo village to wrecked theater house in this small, tight-quarters map.
- Fore – In Fore, the only thing miniature about this large map is the golf courses players will be fighting in. Fore features great visual variety as players swing around the sights and sounds of areas that brandish magical forests, giant creamsicles, and elevated castle walls.
- Ember – Located near an old town castle, Ember is a remake of the Modern Warfare 3 classic map Resistance, featuring old world aesthetics retrofitted with modern technology. The surroundings include lava, gallows and a torture room, where players will want to stick close to their teammates.
We also get a brand new zombies experience, titled Attack of the Radioactive Thing! Not only we get more zombies, but also the presence of the horror icon Elvira, with the likness of Cassandra Peterson. Unfortunately, the engine of the game isn’t too flattering on her, but maybe I’m just looking at it through the rose-tinted lenses of nostalgia.
You can check out the trailer below, and if you want to see more, you can also take a look at a few screenshots.
Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare is currently available for PS4, Xbox One and PC. If you want to read what the game is like, you can check out our full review.
This year, the Call of Duty series will return to its roots, with Call of Duty: WWII, set – you guessed it – in the World War II era and developed by Sledgehammer Games. You can enjoy a recent trailer and screenshots of that as well.