Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare just got a whole lot better on PlayStation 4, thanks to its new expansion. Continuum has arrived and it brings four multiplayer maps, Turista, Scrap, Archive and Excess along with the Shaolin Shuffle Zombies map.
With a 1970s New York setting, the map includes disco-zombies and it features Pan Grier, the star of the 1997 crime thriller Jackie Brown, as well as Paul Reubens, according to a report by GameSpot.
Gamers can either get Continuum with Infinite Warface’s $50 DLC pass or opt to buy it separately at $15. That said, the report clarifies that there are two more upcoming expansions that is heading to the game that are included with the DLC pass.
Meanwhile, gamers on Xbox One and PC can anticipate Continuum to grace their systems in about a month or so. Although Continuum is only for PS4 users now, there is a new patch that has been released for all variants of Infinite Warfare.