Call of Duty Infinite Warfare Devs Reveal Rave in the Redwoods Zombie Mode in Sabotage DLC Trailer

Infinite Warfare Rave in the Redwoods

Call of Duty Infinite Warfare is about to receive its first DLC, the Sabotage which includes a dedicated co-op zombie survival mode named the Rave in the Redwoods.

Since the time of Black Ops, the Call of Duty franchise is associated with zombies and killing them in hoards along with friends. While it was reserved for Black Ops series in the past, the modes have found their way to the other titles as well including the last one that got released. As with the DLC schedule, Sabotage will feature four different maps. Apart from the intense multiplayer combat, players can take a break and join with friends to become one of the most popular movie heroes.

Infinite Warfare Rave in the Redwoods

Following the storyline where these four heroes managed to survive Zombies in Spaceland, they find themselves in an abandoned campground. The story is set during the 1990s, the perfect setting for neon lights and hardcore first person shooter battles. The four player co-op mode will allow players to take down hordes of zombies that keep coming in from all directions and finally the big boss Slasher. They will be joined by Director Kevin Smith, the real life filmmaker who has rendered his voice and looks to be a character in the game. He is playable in the game and can team up.

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Call of Duty Infinite Warfare gets its first ever DLC, Sabotage that includes four uniquely designed maps to play with. Multiplayer FPS lovers can enjoy Dominion, a map inspired by Modern Warfare 2 but is now set on Mars. It retains some of the iconic elements including the crashed ship and other elements but has been modified to suit the fast paced movement found in Infinite Warfare.

Rave in the Redwoods

Noir is a gritty map that stays true to the name and is set in Brooklyn city. The futuristic version of the city has three lanes to take the firefight and has enough hiding spots including cafes and a park. Players can take cover or ambush unsuspecting opponents using these spots. Neon is a vibrant urban warfare environment which offers both long range fights and intense close combat in tight corners. Renaissance looks a lot like Assassin’s Creed and Counter Strike maps as it is set in Venice with classic buildings on all sides.

The DLC will exclusively get launched on the Playstation 4 console on 31st January but being a timed exclusive, it should be available for the PC and Xbox One version of Call of Duty Infinite Warfare a month later.

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