Two New Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare Maps Shown In New Gameplay
Some new gameplay has come for two of the Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare maps that will be coming in the Sabotage DLC, the multiplayer DLC that will be coming to the game soon. The two maps in question, called “Dominion” and “Renaissance”, are two of the five maps that will be in the DLC.
Dominion is a variation on the well-known Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 map “Afghan”. This time, however, it’s based on Mars instead of in the Middle-East and, in addition to having a crashed spaceship in the middle, also has a number of areas around the exterior in order for players to be able to wall-run and perform other stunts.
Renaissance is a map that takes place in Venice on Earth, allowing players to fight one another through the narrow streets and canals of the city, allowing players a good location to wall-run and do other stunts that the various exosuits of Infinite Warfare allow you to pull off. The map is basically shaped like a figure-eight, allowing for a lot of close-quarters combat.
These new Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare maps are, again, only two of the five that are going to be coming out with the Sabotage DLC. The other three include Noir, a futuristic and colorless example of Brooklyn in New York to bring to mind old noir movies, Neon, a virtual reality training center that can change on the fly, and Rave in the Redwoods, the DLC’s resident zombie map, which takes players back into the times of 90s filmmaking with kids in summer camps being stalked by monsters.
All five maps will be part of the Sabotage DLC when it comes out on January 31, first on the Playstation 4, but then on the Xbox One and the PC a short time later.