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PS4 Review: Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare – Absolution DLC

July 25, 2017 by  

The penultimate DLC for Infinite Warfare is here…

The third map pack for Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare has finally arrived…labelled Absolution, it, as usual, contains 4 new maps and a new level for Zombies. First of all, let’s take a look at the undead’s new playground…

Attack of the Radioactive Thing! is the title of the latest Zombies level. It is set in the 1950s as our 4 heroes are once again zapped there by Wyler to the campy horror B-Movie experience that contains zombies as well as a new biological menace that looks like one-eyed green blobs. It’s just plain nuts, the level even begins in black and white for the first few waves before finally hitting the golden age of colour television!

As with all Zombies maps, the goal is always obscure and finding what you need to do is even more so, besides staying alive obviously. The new map itself is the best yet and a welcome addition, it’s a more light-hearted map and highly detailed, but most of all it’s fun to explore not knowing what madness awaits…

The new multiplayer maps contain Bermuda, which is a shanty town made out of an crashed ship. Permafrost is set in a frozen city skyline, while Fore is set in a massive mini-putt golf course if you can believe it…and finally, Ember which is itself a remake of Modern Warfare 3’s Resistance where surroundings include lava, gallows and a torture room. Charming.

The new maps are well designed and a blast to play on. Infinity Ward have done well with the DLC thus far, making memorable maps and new zombie experiences. Visually, the new content is highly detailed and the game runs at a smooth framerate throughout.

The Verdict

Overall, Absolution is the best of the DLC’s to date. Infinity Ward have done well to please the fans so far, but can they keep it up for the final map pack? Time will tell, but let’s hope Infinity Warfare goes out with a bang and not a whimper…

Score: 8.5

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