Sabotage is coming to Call of Duty Infinite Warfare

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Tomorrow sees the release of the first DLC for Call of Duty Infinite Warfare. Titled Sabotage the DLC will bring 4 new multiplayer maps and the next terrifying Zombies installment from Willard Wyler’s horror film archive: Rave in the Redwoods. However due to Activisions love of all things Sony and the exclusive deal they have, Xbox One players will probably have to wait till the end of February before they can get their hands on it.

So as you can see from the Preview Trailer, Sabotage is bringing with it four new multiplayer maps in the form of Noir, Renaissance, Neon and Dominion.

Noir – Head to a grim future Brooklyn where a heavy curfew is in place. Navigate tight corners through abandoned city streets in this medium sized classic three-lane map.

Renaissance – Don’t be distracted by the idyllic Venetian canals, this map is an intense urban combat zone funneling fast-paced gameplay through a small, split figure eight design.

Neon – Originally designed for future urban warfare simulation, this “Z” shaped map is a glitched out digital city featuring long sight-lines and flanking routes supporting any style of gameplay.

Dominion – In this reimagining of the Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 classic map ‘Afghan,’ ranged combat is focused from a variety of strategic vantage points to the center of this sprawling crash site.

Sabotage Maps

Rave in Redwoods is the next Zombies installment from Willard Wyler’s horror film archive, and now that the characters have escaped the deadly theme park they find themselves in an abandoned camp / rave where most of the inhabitants just happen to be Zombies. Will you survive the night and most of all will you avoid becoming a trophy for The Slasher or a tasty meal for Bigfoot.

For more information about this DLC and Call of Duty Infinite Warfare, check out the Official Website. Keep tuned for further information and as soon as a release date is known for the Xbox One we will let you know.

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