Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare‘s Sabotage DLC is now available to download on Xbox One and PC, Activision has announced. Having been available on PlayStation 4 since January due to Sony’s timed exclusivity agreement with the publisher, it wasn’t entirely clear when the new content was going to drop for the other two platforms, although most had generally expected to patiently twiddle their thumbs for around an additional month, similarly to Microsoft’s previous deal.
Anyway, for those that are unaware of what Sabotage brings to the table, know that the add-on follows the usual, previously established format of offering four brand new multiplayer maps alongside an expansion to Infinite Warfare‘s version of the series’ zombies mode. Noir, Neon, Renaissance and Dominion are the new war zones you’ll need to familiarize yourselves with, each of which promises a wildly different backdrop to serve as a stage for all the mayhem. Rustic Venice, dystopian, futuristic cities and virtual reality war zones are the different flavors on offer, although the most outlandish setting will be that of Dominion, which is a spruced-up version of Modern Warfare 2‘s Afghan map, only this time it’s set on Mars.
As for zombies, following Infinite Warfare‘s initial Zombies in Spaceland campaign, Rave in the Redwoods brings the undead action back down to Earth with a spooky forest setting. You can check out the surreal trailer for that here, which boasts the appearance of a rather famous individual.
Sabotage can be picked up for $15 as a standalone DLC or as part of Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare‘s $50 season pass. In related news, this year’s iteration of the shooter will take the series back to its roots, according to Activision. A return to a World War II setting, perhaps? We’ll see.