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  • Summary: Continuum, the second DLC map pack for Infinite Warfare, delivers four new epic multiplayer maps and a funky Zombies co-op experience, Shaolin Shuffle, set in the mean, seedy streets of 1970s New York City.

    Continuum takes the fight to new Infinite Warfare multiplayer environments,
    Continuum, the second DLC map pack for Infinite Warfare, delivers four new epic multiplayer maps and a funky Zombies co-op experience, Shaolin Shuffle, set in the mean, seedy streets of 1970s New York City.

    Continuum takes the fight to new Infinite Warfare multiplayer environments, including Turista, an exotic future resort, Archive, a post-futurist art gallery, Scrap, a moon-based dumping ground and Excess, a re-imagining of the classic Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 map, Rust.

    Shuffle is an action packed, kung-fu fright-fest, filled with enough traps, easter eggs and surprises to satisfy the needs of any master protecting their dojo.
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  1. Positive: 3 out of 4
  2. Negative: 0 out of 4
  1. Apr 24, 2017
    88
    After spending hours with the DLC, it is apparent that Infinity Ward and Activision are on a roll with Infinite Warfare, and they are giving us some fantastic content! If anyone is still on the fence about the game, let me tell you that this DLC just adds so much more to an already great title. Three out of the four multiplayer maps are sleek, exciting and fun, and the Shaolin Shuffle is a perfectly balanced zombies map. I would go so far as to say that both Sabotage and Continuum have added more fun to Infinite Warfare than what could be found in the base game. One thing is for sure, I cannot wait for the next two DLCs if they are anything like the first two.
  2. May 1, 2017
    80
    With four fresh maps in which to hunt down your buddies and a rollicking foray into undead ass kicking, Continuum may falter in places but it is still an easy recommend for fans.
  3. I doubt Continuum will go down as one of Call of Duty’s best DLC packs. But some of its settings might end up proving among the most memorable within Infinite Warfare‘s library of co-op levels and competitive multiplayer maps. And for a casual Call of Duty player like me, that’s enough to make it worthwhile.
  4. Apr 18, 2017
    65
    Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare: Continuum is an uneven but above average pack. It pales in comparison to Sabotage, but hasn't dragged down the season pass as a whole in any meaningful way.
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  1. Apr 27, 2017
    8
    Continuum is a pretty decent DLC. The maps are all unique, and play differently. Graphically most of the new maps look good with some niceContinuum is a pretty decent DLC. The maps are all unique, and play differently. Graphically most of the new maps look good with some nice details and quirks. I'll discuss them in order of my personal favorite to least favorite.

    1. Scrap – Scrap is a great map. It looks fantastic. Set on a scrapyard on the moon with earth in the distance it provides a great backdrop for multiplayer action. The map is medium sized and flows well. There are magnetic pads that allow you to flip upside down in the air but no one uses them as they just make you a sitting duck. The map works well with most game types.

    2. Turista – Again this is a good looking map. It's set on a holiday resort built on an alien planet, in the background giant skeletons from alien beasts litter the sci-fi landscape. This is the largest map out of the new DLC. It plays well and accommodates all play styles. A good map for sniping but rushers have enough flanking routes. Works well on most game types.

    3. Archive – This map looks good but the flow can be off at times. Set in an art gallery complete with a giant great white shark model in the middle, the map appears fun. Sometimes you can have a good game on this map but the tight interior where most of the action happens has to many entry points meaning death can come from any angle. It can be frustrating playing this map as at times you find campers outside not moving the whole game. When everyone is moving it can be a fun map.

    4. Excess – Although I've had fun with this map and had some good games, it is certainly the worst. I don't think they should remake MW2 maps because they don't feel or play anything like the originals. The original rust was small and you racked up 100's of kills, yet this remake feels bigger, with more buildings blocking lines of site. I've found that at times I've circled the map twice in a full lobby and not seen anyone. On the original map you couldn't move without seeing an enemy, in fact I'm pretty sure the original was smaller than shipment in cod 4! Anyway they've managed to again change a great map beyond recognition. The map colors are off and it feels darker than it should be. Once used to the new style of the map you can have some good games, but do not expect it to be anything like Rust in the genius and far superior MW2.

    I got this DLC with the season pass so unsure yet if all are worth it, but DLC 2 is by far better than DLC 1.

    I've not played Zombies yet as I personally have no interest in it.

    If you are looking to extend the life of IW then I'd recommend the Continuum map pack.
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