Continuum DLC will give you even more competitive and co-op experiences in Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare
Four new multiplayer maps have been added, including a reimagining the Rust board from Modern Warfare(r).
Pam Grier, a black movie legend, joins the co-op zombie saga in the disco-infused New York of 1970s "Shaolin Shuffle".
Santa Monica, California – Activision and Infinity Ward released the first details of the second DLC Pack for Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare – Continuum. Continuum will be released on April 18th. Additional content will be available first via the Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare Network, with additional content to follow.
Fans of thrill co-op can already see Shaolin Shuffle in action at Call of Duty's official YouTube channel.
Dave Stohl, Infinity Ward's head, stated, "I can’t imagine that we could be more excited than right now, ahead the release of Shaolin Schuffle, the next chapter in our co-op zombie tale set in a new location and continuing an increasingly bizarre and offbeat tale." "For multiplayer, we have created a variety of maps, from Turista to Scrap to Archive to meet the needs of different players who have different approaches to the game. We want them to have the freedom to experiment with different gameplay styles, equipment sets, and other ways to express themselves through the game. To complete this rich package, we also have Rust - a fan favorite map from Modern Warfare 2 - built from scratch under a new title – Excess.
Shaolin Shuffle is another chapter in the Zombie saga, and it's both shockingly entertaining and harrowing. It sees Willard Wyler, the sinister and mysterious director, return to the scene. Paul Reubens, who is best known for his role as the criminal genius of cinema, plays the role of Wyler. Wyler again draws the familiar four characters into another bizarre horror movie, this one set in the unforgettable 70s. The players will be facing off against the undead that roam New York City during the disco era. They travel to New York's subway and nightclubs in order to reach their goal - a Martial Arts Dojo run by a "Shaolin Sister", voiced by Pam Grier (Jackie Brown, Quentin Tarantino's movie). Shaolin Shuffle introduces four hand-to-hand combat styles, each with its own set of punches, tricks, and gameplay design, which is similar to Call of Duty. These will be taught to players by four characters. These roles will be filled by Seth Green (Robot Chicken and Austin Powers) again as "Punk Rocker," Ike Barrinholtz (Neighbors Suicide Squad) this time as “Shuja,” Jay Pharoah, (Saturday Night Live), as "Poet", and Sasheer Zmata (Saturday Night Live, Inside Amy Schumer), as "Disco Cunt." All will be thrust into new realities for a new adventure. Or, more generally: survive.
The Continuum DLC includes the following multiplayer competitive maps in addition to the Zombie scenario and Shaolin Shuffle:
- The Tourist, a luxurious spa resort that is located in the middle a gigantic antediluvian skeleton. Turista has sniper nests spread across a magnificent waterfall in the center. Close-quarters combat enthusiasts will also enjoy its cramped interiors. The map's three-line layout allows you to play in many different ways. You may be facing an enemy one moment and then you will be aiming at them from a far distance across an open courtyard. A large, three-line board. Excess – Modern Warfare 2 players will be able to recognize the layout of Rust in this installment. The action is centered around a small apartment and takes place on the top of a busy metropolis.
Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare Sabotage DLC Set is available at the lowest price through the Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare Season Pass. This can be purchased as a standalone purchase or as part of Legacy Pro or Digital Deluxe editions. Season Pass holders will receive 10% off all four Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare map set releases in 2017. They also get 10 rare inventory drops and 1,000 scrap to make new prototype weapons.