If you happen to own a PS4 you’ve been able to play the first Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare DLC pack since late January, but Xbox One and PC players? They’ve been out of luck. Often timed-exclusivity agreements only delays content by a week or two, but the latest deal between Sony and Activision has locked Xbox One and PC owners out of playing Infinite Warfare’s Sabotage DLC pack for over a month. For a series as big as Call of Duty, that’s a rather excruciating wait.
Well, good news Sony non-fans – Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare DLC is finally available on PC and Xbox One today. For those who may have forgotten what Sabotage is all about during the long wait, it features four new maps, including the futuristic Neon, the Venice-set Renaissance, the classic-movie-flavored Noir, and Dominion, which is a remake of Modern Warfare 2’s Afghan map. Of course, you also get a new Zombies chapter, Rave in the Redwoods, which features Kevin Smith, pot jokes, and plenty of sweet, sweet nostalgia for you 90s kids out there.
You can pick up Sabotage for $15 on its own, or as part of the $50 Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare season pass.