The 3rd map pack for Call Of Duty Infi­nite War­fare is avail­able on the PS4 now. Titled “Abso­lu­tion”, it brings the usu­al 4 mul­ti­play­er maps and a new Zom­bies map.

Our team couldn’t be more thrilled to intro­duce anoth­er wild, twist­ed zom­bies expe­ri­ence in Attack of the Radioac­tive Thing!, which con­tin­ues the sto­ry and adds some awe­some new game­play,” said Dave Stohl, Stu­dio Head of Infin­i­ty Ward. “For our mul­ti­play­er fans, we’re deliv­er­ing four diverse maps that reward the dif­fer­ent game­play styles our com­mu­ni­ty has embraced since the game launched last year. We can’t wait.”

Here is a list of the 4 mul­ti­play­er maps:

  • Ember – Locat­ed near an old town cas­tle, Ember is a remake of Resis­tance from Call of Duty: Mod­ern War­fare 3 fea­tur­ing old world aes­thet­ics retro­fit­ted with mod­ern tech­nol­o­gy. The sur­round­ings include lava, gal­lows and a tor­ture room, where play­ers will want to stick close to their team­mates.
  • Bermu­da – A shan­ty­town cre­at­ed around the rem­nants of a crashed ship, Bermu­da allows play­ers to duck, dive, and wall ride from the fish mar­ket to the light­house in this small to medi­um sized map that’s been water-wast­ed and sand­blast­ed.
  • Pre­mafrost – Set with­in the chill of a frozen city sky­line, Per­mafrost lets play­ers stick to the ground and pick their plan of attack in one of three main lanes. They will tra­verse the map, mov­ing from street side to train sta­tion, and hobo vil­lage to wrecked the­ater house in this small, tight-quar­ters map.
  • Fore – In Fore, the only thing minia­ture about this large map is the golf cours­es play­ers will be fight­ing in. Fore fea­tures great visu­al vari­ety as play­ers swing around the sights and sounds of areas that bran­dish mag­i­cal forests, giant cream­si­cles, and ele­vat­ed cas­tle walls.

Here is a run­down of the New Zom­bies map via Char­lie Intel

Zombies:

  • Attack of the Radioac­tive Thing – The next action-packed chap­ter of the Call of Duty: Infi­nite War­fare zom­bies expe­ri­ence, once again fea­tures the return of Willard Wyler, the enig­mat­ic movie direc­tor vil­lain por­trayed with voice and like­ness by Paul Reubens (Pee-wee’s Big Hol­i­day, Gotham). Wyler has trapped the four pro­tag­o­nists inside an all-new hor­ror film, set in the 1950s and in the style of the Crea­ture Fea­ture films of the era. Play­ers will fight a new array of zom­bie ene­mies across a rav­aged beach town where a gov­ern­ment sci­ence exper­i­ment has trans­formed the res­i­dents into flesh-devour­ing zom­bies and intro­duced a new bio­log­i­cal men­ace into the city. Addi­tion­al­ly, hor­ror movie icon Elvi­ra, played with voice and like­ness by Cas­san­dra Peter­son (Elvi­ra: Mis­tress of the Dark, Elvira’s Movie Macabre), will help play­ers sur­vive and give them game­play tips and side quests with her unique Elvi­ra style. New weapons, traps and more will aug­ment the hall­mark Call of Duty action, with Seth Green (Robot Chick­en, Austin Pow­ers) as “the Sci­en­tist;” Ike Bar­in­holtz (Neigh­bors, Sui­cide Squad) as “the Rebel;” Jay Pharoah (White Famous, Sat­ur­day Night Live) as “the Sol­dier;” and Sasheer Zama­ta (Sat­ur­day Night Live, Inside Amy Schumer) as “the School Girl,” all mak­ing a return from the ongo­ing sto­ry in this all-new expe­ri­ence.

Abso­lu­tion is avail­able Now on the PS4 with Xbox and PC avail­abil­i­ty at a lat­er date. 

Abso­lu­tion is includ­ed in the Infi­nite War­fare sea­son pass or cost $14.99 as a stand­alone pur­chase.