Just over two months after its release, ‘Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare’ expands content today on PS4, where its DLCs have a 30-day temporary exclusivity. Sabotage is the first of the additional payment content that will receive the Infinity Ward game, and as it is habiutal, includes four new maps and a new scenario for zombie mode.
Among some of the criticism ‘Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare’ received in his time was the design of his maps. Gamers felt that the maps were uninspired and too similar to each other, so we hope that begins to change with this DLC .
One of them will be Noir, a future version of Brooklyn that represents the classic map of three streets, with an average size. With a radically different design comes Renaissance, with a more aesthetic and closer combat, unlike Dominion, which offers more options for snipers, being a remastered version of Afghan, which we saw in ‘Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2’. Meanwhile, in Neon we will find a little bit of everything, with the peculiarity that the downed enemies will disintegrate.
Sabotage will also include a new stage for the zombie mode named Rave in the Redwoods, set in the typical forest hut of the subgender of terror slasher, but with the sense of humor known this way during the season. The neon lights and the fireworks are guaranteed in some games where the famous actor and director Kevin Smith plays himself.
You can see more information about Sabotage in the official page of ‘Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare’. It is included in the season pass of the game, but can be purchased separately for $14.99 on PS4, while Xbox One and PC players should wait another month.