Call of Duty Infinite Warfare is about to release its first DLC named Sabotage and there’s a map named Renaissance in it. Sounds more like Assassin’s Creed right?

Actually, it is! While Infinite Warfare is definitely not going to let you climb towers and find locations as Ezio does in Assassin’s Creed, it is great to see such a unique map find its way to the DLC. The description aptly says that players shouldn’t get distracted by the beauty of the locale and the Venetian canals.

The only catch is that we don’t have full gameplay videos of the Renaissance map yet. However, you can check out the Sabotage DLC launch trailer below that should give a fair idea. Other maps that are heading to the PS4 version of Call of Duty Infinite Warfare are Noir, Neon and Dominion. Each one of them is unique as Neon brings the colorful 90s to life while the last map Dominion is a remake of the original Modern Warfare 2 Afghan map set in a crash site.

No COD is complete without sprawling zombies! A beautifully designed, holiday themed Rave in the Woods locale is dedicated for all your zombie killing thirst. It is eerie yet exotic creating the best atmosphere for fun co-op time. The release date for the DLC on Xbox One and PC platforms is unknown at the time. The Sabotage DLC is heading to PS4 on Jan 31st which is a whole month to wait but easily worth it, only if you own a copy on the Playstation 4 console. Everyone else has to be patient until Activision brings it to all.

Check out the behind-the-scenes video from the official blog. Maybe, it should satisfy your hunger pangs for new Infinite Warfare multiplayer maps?

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