Even though Activision hasn’t confirmed the information just yet, it looks like first details for the next downloadable content pack for Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare have accidentally leaked.
The latest patch for the first-person shooter just went live, but with it, some Trophies for the next pack have accidentally been revealed, according to Charlie Intel. The information revealed indicates that the next DLC pack for the game will be called Absolution.
On top of that, details for the next Zombies map have also been revealed with the Trophies, and it appears that we’re going to be getting a new map with the name Attack of the Radioactive Thing. The screenshot below indicates that the map could take place in the 1950’s, at the height of science fiction horror movies during that era (like The Blob and so forth). The marquee clearly reads the name, along with the director, Willard Wyler.
This makes sense, considering the first Zombies DLC map took place in the 90’s (well, after Zombies In Spaceland, included in the game, takes place in the 80’s), and Shaolin Shuffle, taking place in the 70’s, followed in the second DLC pack for Infinite Warfare.
Activision hasn’t confirmed these details just yet, but they look official enough, and it indicates that we could get an announcement soon for the map pack to make its debut on PlayStation 4 in July, followed by a release later in the summer for Xbox One and PC.
The DLC for Infinite Warfare has been pretty good thus far, between the two entertaining Zombies maps that have been introduced, along with the new multiplayer maps that have been keeping players on their toes. There’s also new content introduced with the company’s recent Days of Summer event, which will take place over the next five weeks and is introducing new content in its own right, along with double XP opportunities and more. You can read more about it in the link above.0comments
We’ll let you know once this new map pack is confirmed by Activision, and bring you all the details!
Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare is available now for Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC.