Call of Duty fans have been waiting patiently for the next downloadable content to be announced for Infinite Warfare, after enjoying the initial Sabotage pack that was revealed earlier this year. Good news, PlayStation 4 owners – you won’t have to wait long for it.
The Call of Duty UK website has revealed the second DLC pack that’s coming to the game, giving it a release date of April 18th. While Activision hasn’t made that official yet, an announcement is pretty much imminent at this point, given that it’s listed on an official site.
According to the description for the pack, Continuum contains four new multiplayer maps to battle in, including Excess, Turista, Archive and Scrap. In addition, a new Shaolin Shuffle Zombies map will also be included as part of the pack, though details on that are very minimal at this point. In fact, seeing that an official reveal hasn’t happened yet, we don’t even have details on what to expect from the maps.
However, again, considering this is on an official Call of Duty site, an official reveal is expected pretty much at any given moment for the pack, so we’ll update this story accordingly with the reveal once it happens. For the time being, though, it appears that PlayStation 4 owners will have a lot to be happy about later this month.
Though an official price point hasn’t been given, the Continuum pack is likely to be priced around $14.99, the same price that previous DLC packs have sold for. And if you have the Season Pass, more than likely you’ll be able to download it for no charge, since it’s part of Activision’s downloadable content schedule for the game. A release date hasn’t been given for the Xbox One or PC versions of the game just yet, but it’s likely to arrive sometime in late May or early June, giving the PS4 release a bit of exclusivity.
The PS4 DLC is available for pre-order on the PlayStation Store, but keep in mind it doesn't unlock until the 18th.
Be sure to check back once official details are revealed for the Continuum pack, and we’ll give it a proper first look. In the meantime, prepare to jump back into battle, as Infinite Warfare is available now for PlayStation 4, along with Xbox One and PC.