Activision just released the trailer for Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare's latest zombie adventure, Rave in the Redwoods.
After surviving in "Zombies in Spaceland", "Rave in the Woods" will transport us to a terrifying camp abandoned in the 90's, where the enigmatic film director Willard Wyler will catch the four protagonists in another horror film, full of new and fresh threats.
Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare Sabotage releases on January 31, 2017 first for the PlayStation 4, with other platforms to follow.
Most importantly, there is a cameo from the well-known indie director and giant comic book fan, Kevin Smith, whose helping you along the way and end the craziness going on in the campsite. In all those movies, Smith has always played his mute character, Silent Bob, beside his friend Jason Mewes who plays Jay.
Noir: A ghastly city map set in Brooklyn has now emerged as a war zone in the future.
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Dominion A re-imagining of the classic Afghan map from Modern Warfare 2, now set on Mars, Dominion retains all the memorable landmarks and gameplay of the original, anchored by the crashed ship in the center, with a few enhancements created to take advantage of the new movement system. Neon is a virtual training center primarily designed for urban warfare - a digitized combat arena that randomly spawns cars and other solid structures and where enemies pixelated into hundreds of bits after being defeated.
The new multiplayer maps are Noir, Neon, Renaissance, and Dominion.
No doubt, this is one of the best Call of Duty campaigns in a long time, bundled with a multiplayer that's perhaps too familiar, though just as sharp as it has ever been. The map is basically shaped like a figure-eight, allowing for a lot of close-quarters combat. But I don't see that happening any time soon.
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