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Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare First DLC, Sabotage, Out Today on PS4

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Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare First DLC, Sabotage, Out Today on PS4

Today the Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare universe becomes even vaster as Sabotage, our first downloadable content of the season, launches first on PS4.

Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare: Sabotage

We’re thrilled with the variety and scope of what we’re offering in Sabotage. Our team worked extremely hard to create new multiplayer maps and a new chapter of the zombies co-op experience which is fresh and engaging, but, above all, something that’s enjoyable and exciting for everyone who plays. For the maps, we took one classic, beloved map, Afghan from Modern Warfare 2, reimagined it on Mars, packaged it up with three unique takes representing present, future, and virtual cities to create some of our most fun and community influenced maps ever. In addition to those maps, our four heroes from Zombies in Spaceland have been pulled into the next macabre nightmare from the mind of enigmatic director Willard Wyler. In case you missed it, here’s the launch trailer for the latest Wyler horror film:

Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare First DLC, Sabotage, Out Today on PS4

Raver zombies? Word. A wood chipper? You betcha. But, whoa, Kevin Smith? Yep, he’s in our DLC metaphorically bringing you lasagna at work. Major pop culture points to anyone who gets that reference without using a search engine. Kevin plays himself, with a few twists and turns, in our totally wicked new Zombies co-op DLC, Rave in the Redwoods.

Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare: Sabotage

If you haven’t heard from The Scout yet about our four new DLC maps be sure to follow the Call of Duty Instagram channel for a little recon that was conducted for all four maps. You can find more intel by watching the trailer below — or you can simply get Sabotage now to perform your own recon.

Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare First DLC, Sabotage, Out Today on PS4

To see the DLC in action, be sure to tune in to our zombies launch livestream today, January 31 at 1pm PST featuring director Kevin Smith and our Associate Project Director on zombies, Lee Ross. Check it out here.

And, we’ve asked our buddy Hike the Gamer to play the new multiplayer maps with NFL players Golden Tate and Joey Bosa, in Houston during the Super Bowl festivities, tomorrow, February 1 at 11am PST. They’ll be streaming live on YouTube.

Want to save some cheddar on this glorious content? Purchase the Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare Season Pass for immediate access to Sabotage, and all future DLC packs. If you’re still not in on all this awesome action our Digital Deluxe Edition is available and is packed with amazing content.

Sabotage is available now, first on PlayStation. Go yoink it before anyone else. See you out there, soldiers!

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  • Can’t wait to play the new maps! Keep up the great work guys!

  • Roger. See You online. Over & Out!

  • Haven’t had too much time to sink into it yet but so far rave in the redwoods is a total blast and feels like a huge map

    • It’s a massive map. Happy to hear you’re liking it. The team put a lot of love and work into making it awesome.

  • Noir and Renaissance may end of being two of my all time favorite Call of Duty maps. Liking what I see thus far.

  • Would love to post something good about this but I’m not able to play keep getting a disk read error “assetfile202.pak” for the four new maps in multiplayer and “cp_rave” for the zombies map. What’s with that I have deleted the game and all other files that go with the game twice with the same error coming up

    • We’re looking into this. The error means the files aren’t downloading properly to your PS4. Could be the internet connection. Try on wired if you haven’t. Could be a number of other factors too.

    • My PS4 is on a wired connection and I don’t have any internet connection problem

  • Thus game is ****. U gave us unfinished game and a dlc that u can’t play this is bs

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