Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare’s Continuum DLC adds disco zombies, a reimagined Rust, more

Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare’s Continuum DLC

Modern Warfare 2’s Rust map is being reimagined in the next DLC drop for COD: Infinite Warfare, which also adds a new campaign for zombies as well as three all-new maps. The traditional COD map pack will set you back $15. 

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The first of the four new maps is Turista, a resort tucked within the skeleton of an ancient creature. Next up there’s Scrap, an abandoned junk yard on the Moon. Elsewhere, Archive takes players to a futuristic art gallery for three-lane shootouts. The there’s Excess, that Rust reimagining – this time the tight map is built around a gilded penthouse.

On top of that, there’s a new co-op zombies chapter, Shaolin Shuffle, as you can see in the melee-focused trailer above. Set in New York in the ‘70s, Shaolin Shuffle has an all-star cast including Pam Grier, Paul Reubens, and Seth Green.

“We couldn’t be more excited to deliver a new co-op zombies chapter with Shaolin Shuffle, with an all-new setting and story, that continues the wild and increasingly twisted narrative,” said Dave Stohl, studio head of Infinity Ward.

“For multiplayer, we’re creating a diverse set of maps from Turista and Scrap, to Archive, that cater to various play styles in cool ways and allow fans to experiment with different rigs and loadouts. And then there’s Rust, one of our all-time favourite maps from Modern Warfare 2, reimagined and now called Excess to complete the multiplayer package.”