The latest trailer for Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare‘s upcoming Continuum map pack is now out, giving fans the opportunity to explore each of its four new multiplayer maps in detail ahead of launch on PlayStation 4. The new battlegrounds inbound next week were previously teased at the tail end of a previous trailer all about new Zombies chapter Shaolin Shuffle, but now we know exactly what they’re bringing to the table for seasoned players.
Whether your preferred playstyle is skulking about with a knife in hand to deliver silent justice to your enemies or a more confrontational, extrovert approach with heavy weapons, Infinity Ward’s got you covered with Continuum. Turista, Archive, Scrap and Excess all encourage different approaches to combat, with a handful of map-specific quirks thrown in for good measure. Scrap, for example, moves the action away from Earth and to the moon, where the rules of gravity aren’t quite as strict. If being a crack shot with a sniper just isn’t cutting it for your adrenaline levels anymore, why not attempt to pull off a headshot while hanging upside down off a giant magnet?
The remaining three war zones are all earthbound, but that makes them no less interesting. For instance, Turista is a plush spa resort that’s nestled inside the giant skeleton of an ancient, unidentified creature, with tight interiors perfect for close-quarters combat. Likewise, its three-lane design opens up opportunities for long-range firefights. Excess continues the series trend of including reimagined maps from previous series entries in each map pack, with Modern Warfare 2‘s Rust being next in line to receive such treatment.
Continuum is out April 18 on PlayStation 4, although Xbox One and PC players will have to wait a little longer due to Sony and Activision’s timed exclusivity deal.
Two more map packs are planned for Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare before post-launch content support comes to a close, leading up neatly to this year’s iteration which, if the rumors are to be believed, will be returning to a World War II setting. See here for all the details.