‘Modern Warfare 2’ Classic Returns in a ‘Call Of Duty: Infinite Warfare’ DLC
“Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare” did not sell as good as its predecessors, but still managed to rank first on the FPS charts. Now, Activision has released a new DLC to increase the game’s longevity and this one, is absurd beyond comparison. Be ready to defend New York from hordes of ravenous zombies, with the power of kung-fu, lethal weapons and dance moves from the 70’s.
PCGamesN has shared the trailer to the newest “Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare” DLC. Within the trailer, has been released information about the newest chapter of the “Call of Duty: Zombies” series. This time, the infestation is within the heart of the “Big Apple” and a group of brave kung-fu disco warriors will rise to defend New York from the threat of the arisen.
“Shaolin Shuffle” offers not only intense firearm combat but also melee weapons such as a katana and nunchucks. Some big names have been invited into the project, among which are Pam Grier, Paul Reubens, and Seth Green, which should be enough of a guarantee that the narrative will be crazy, absurd and most of all, hilarious.
There are other great surprises coming with the newest “Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare” DLC. GameSpot reports that one of the most popular maps of “Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2” will be re-imagined in “Infinite Warfare”. The map is “Rust”, this time the map is centered around a gilded penthouse, and has been renamed “Excess”, but still offers the tight environment and high-action experience gamers know from the original map.
The “Call of Duty Infinite Warfare” official site shares information on the three other maps coming with the game’s second DLC. “Turista” offer a spa where the future elite will spend their money. The map is situated inside the skeleton of an ancient being and offers both thigh corridors for direct confrontation and sniper nests.
“Archive” is a post-futuristic art gallery, which offers both a nice view and extensive, fast-paced combat. “Scrap” is the last map of the package and it offers the sight of humanity’s last garbage dump, placed on the moon. On this map, the movement is essential to survival, as a moment spent static, is a moment spent as a practice target. “Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare” is available on PC, PS 4 and XBOX One.
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