Apr 22, 2017 | Updated: 10:00 PM EDT

2017 ‘Call Of Duty’ Latest Update: Infinite Warfare’s Continuum Will Arrive Shortly On PS4

Apr 21, 2017 03:25 AM EDT

Infinite Warfare expansion was launched on PlayStation 4; the DLC has added four new multiplayer maps, including Noir, Renaissance, Neon, and Dominion. The Sabotage DLC has also included 90's-themed zombies expansion in the form of "Rave in the Redwoods".

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As mentioned in Express, "Rave in the Redwoods" pushes players into a forsaken lakeside summer camp with terrifying Zombie enemies installed from Willard Wyler's horror film archive. Infinity Ward's Dave Stohl stated that they are excited to launch a new phase of zombies' experience that takes players into an eerie 1990s summer camp straight out of the horror films of the decade.

The multiplayer package of "Call of Duty" expansion has something new to offer for everyone. Players can get into conflict in places like Brooklyn, northern Italy and Afghan - now reimagined as Dominion. The battle can be played out everywhere from a resort to a museum to a scrapyard on the moon.

The star-studded Shaolin Shuffle Zombies map is set in 1970s New York, featuring disco-zombies. Continuum was launched on April 18 for PlayStation 4 at the cost of $15 and is included with Infinite Warfare's $50 DLC pass. Players on Xbox One and PC can expect Continuum to arrive on their systems in about a month.

The new Continuum stars Pam Grier (from the film Jackie Brown) the celebrity ally assisting the four characters Paul Reubens, Seth Green, Jay Pharoah, and Sasheer Zamata as they train to learn the way of the dragon or one of the other cool elemental animal superpowers. One can choose the superhero path from the following options of the dragon, tiger, crane, and snake, as per GameSpot.

The "Call of Duty" infinite warfare continuum has also brought some fresh and funky content to the game. The two more expansions are likely to be added to the game that is to be included with the DLC pass, though they are not yet formally announced. Meanwhile, for more updates on Infinite Warfare stay tuned with us!


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