Activision has taken the wraps off of the next big DLC pack coming to Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare, called Continuum. Alongside four new multiplayer maps, Continuum will also pack a new zombie chapter chocked full of 70s-era kung fu undead. Check out the trailer below:
Called Shaolin Shuffle, the new zombie map is set in the 1970s and all four cast members will sport appropriately dated outfits. As if the zombie chapters weren't crazy enough, you'll have to do battle with kung fu zombies that feature special moves that are unique to Shaolin Shuffle.
Aside from the latest zombie chapter, Continuum includes 4 new maps for players to check out: Archive, a futuristic art gallery; Excess, a revamp of the Modern Warfare 2 map; Scrap, a dumping ground on the moon; and Turista, "plush spa and resort for the future elite."
The Continuum DLC is set to land on PS4 first on April 18, with Activision only mentioning other platforms will follow. Continuum will cost $15 when it launches, but you can also get it as part of the Infinite Warfare Season Pass.
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Worst CoD game EVER.
The single player was ok. Though multiplayer lame. And they ruin cod4 remastered. Have they even fix the low frame rate? It ran terrible on PC.
Are they fast as lightning?
"Continuum" ... because you pay extra for it, it's half-baked, sounds good in theory, but almost no-one is using it in practice?
Why don't they sell zombie maps seperate from multiplayer maps?? I have to pay 50 bucks just to play the new zombie maps in the season pass, getting content I don't even want. It's just ridiculous.
What has call of duty become......
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