So running on walls and potting people in the head is already getting boring? Good thing the Sabotage DLC for Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare launched today on this year’s early launch platform. Which means just about everyone is going to be getting a crack at four all-new(ish) multiplayer maps. Maps which are revealed in the Sabotage launch trailer.
Noire is as dark as you would expect, while Renaissance is set in the watery byways of Venice (or we’ve forgotten everything Assassin’s Creed 2 taught us about architecture). Neon is a futuristic take on a city environment (which looks like it owes some of its DNA to Tron) and Dominion comes across like a throwback to older games — which is because it’s based on Afghan from Modern Warfare 2. Weird for Infinite Warfare but we’ll let it slide.
The first three maps have been built from the ground up to take advantage of Infinite Warfare‘s verticality aspects, while Dominion looks to have some distinct possibilities in that line as well. That’s not all that’s coming, of course. Players will also have Rave in the Redwoods, the second part of the Zombies in Spaceland journey, to much around with. Guest-starring is director Kevin Smith. We do hope that he gets some dialogue this time around.
If you’re keen to get your game on, Sabotage is already available to purchase on PSN, with an Xbox One and PC launch coming a little later. If you’ve got the Season Pass, you already know that.
Source: Call of Duty