It’s only Tuesday, but gamers are about to be busy for the rest of the week. Specifically, Call Of Duty: Infinite Warfare players since its first DLC, Sabotage, is out today (Jan. 31).
The new drop features four new multiplayer maps; Renaissance, set in Northern Italy city of Venice, Noir, a city based on a Brooklyn of the future, Neon, billed as a training center for urban warfare, and Dominion, which is an update of the Afghan map from Modern Warfare 2.
There is also a new 90’s-inspired Zombies co-op mode called “Rave in the Redwoods” that features actor Kevin Smith.
This is the first map pack of four that will drop in total. Each DLC is $15 a la carte, but the Season Pass is $49.99.
Check out the gameplay multiplayer trailer below.