Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare gets 4 new maps with the Sabotage DLC pack

The first batch of DLC for Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare has officially arrived with the Sabotage map pack. The 4 new maps included in the DLC take place in varied locations ranging from Northern Italy and Brooklyn to a "reimagining" of the classic Afghan map from Modern Warfare 2.

Here's a quick glimpse at the 4 maps and what they bring to the table:

  • Renaissance - Set in Northern Italy, Renaissance pits players against each other on the narrow streets of Venice surrounded by classic architecture and buildings. The map promotes continuous action through the canals and neighborhoods of this iconic city.
  • Noir - A dark, grimy city map inspired by futuristic Brooklyn at night, Noir is a classic three-lane map set against a backdrop of a dystopian future. Noir is filled with cafes and parks surrounding a brutal downtown warzone.
  • Neon - A virtual training center designed for urban warfare, Neon is a unique, digitized battle arena where cars and other structures spawn out of thin air and enemies dissolve into hundreds of pixels when defeated. Middle-lane sightlines cater to long-range players, while the perimeter of the map allows for quick counter-attacks in close-quarter action.
  • Dominion - A re-imagining of the classic Afghan map from Modern Warfare®2, now set on Mars, Dominion retains all the memorable landmarks and gameplay of the original. Anchored by the crashed ship in the center, Dominion offers enhancements designed to fully engage the new movement system of Infinite Warfare.

Of course, there's a little more than just new maps in this DLC. Also new is "Rave in the Redwoods," the next chapter of the Infinite Warfare zombies experience. Redwoods places players at some point in the 1990s where they'll have to do battle against hordes of zombies to survive at, what else, a rave.

If your interest is piqued, you can pick up the Sabotage DLC now either on its own for $15 or with the Season Pass.

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