Of course, they finally remake Rust and I got nobody to play with.

Activision has previewed the next expansion in Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare’s DLC arsenal. “Continuum” will include four more multiplayer maps — including a re-imagining of a Modern Warfare 2 favorite — and a new zombie experience in the form of “Shaolin Shuffle.”

“Shaolin Shuffle” continues the shooter’s wacky movie theme for the zombies expansions, following up the 1990s-themed “Rave in the Redwoods” and the 1980s setting of “Zombies in Spaceland.” Pam Grier, popular 1970s actress, will fight alongside the player as they assume the role of one of four characters and 70s archetypes:

AJ aka the Sleazebag

Fresh from the rave and thrust onto the streets of NYC, AJ is back with a bang and ready to get the hell out of these movies. Decked out with the flyest outfit on the street and a silver tongue to match, our resident bad boy just took bad to a whole new level. With a little luck this is his chance to show Willard he’s a lot more than just a guy with style and good looks.

Andre aka the Street Poet

He’s never been one to shy away from a fight and Andre ain’t about to let that change in the 70s. Making a return to more a familiar locale, 70s NYC is in for the clean-up of a lifetime. The mic and guitar might be gone but don’t let that fool you, he’s more than ready to rock Willard to the grave, ya’ dig?

Poindexter aka the Punk Rocker

From pocket protectors to candy bracelets, Poindexter has been on one hell of a ride. Making his debut as a raging 70s punk rocker in Shaolin Shuffle, he is ready to give his favorite director a big taste of mayhem, one fist at a time. With an all-new rage and a wild enthusiasm for chaos he’s more than ready for his close-up. Anybody in the mood for a little…anarchy?

Sally aka the Disco Chick

Donning an outfit to die for, that sista’ with sass, Sally is back from the 90s and ready to hit the disco dance floor, 70s style! She might have ditched her original gangsta’ vibe but she ain’t about to let up on her zombie stomping ways. She’s saved the last dance for Willard and she’s just got a little something to whisper into his ear. Wanna dance…to death?

The four new maps will be as follows:

Archive: Engage in fast-paced, frenetic engagements throughout the contemporary setting of a post-futurist art gallery in Archive. Tight close quarter encounters contrast with open exterior battlegrounds in this wide 3 lane style map.

Excess: Perched atop a gilded penthouse in a sprawling future metropolis, Excess is an intense small, circular map re-imagined from the classic Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 map, Rust.

Scrap: Get the drop on enemies from long sightlines or tactical pathways in Scrap, mankind’s final dumping ground on the Moon. You’ll need to keep moving and act fast to survive.

Turista: Turista is a plush spa and resort for the future elite. With sniper perches across a majestic, central waterfall, and tight corners in the hotel for close quarters combat aficionados, the linear three-lane map allows a variety of playstyles.

“Continuum” goes live first for PlayStation 4 users on April 18th thanks to Activision’s timed exclusivity deal with Sony. The exclusivity is typically one month, so we can expect the content on other platforms sometime in May, though no official release date has been announced as of this writing.

Me too just let me know when your on. I sneak a little COD still in early on the Weekends when no one is one

Thanks, although I was meaning more of the Private BS lobbies. Rust was such a great make for quick, crazy fuckery.

Many, many fun and stupid games on this map in the old clan nights. I can remember @Azalin4savioR bitching about being shot right as he spawned in all the time bc the map was so small

You could of just stopped there.