Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare’s Retribution DLC launches for PS4 on September 12

Infinity Ward and Activision have announced that Retribution, the fourth and final DLC pack for Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare, will launch on September 12 for PlayStation 4 (Xbox One and PC  releases will likely follow about a month or so later).

As with previous DLC packs, Retribution will include four new competitive multiplayer maps and a new co-op Zombies map. Here’s a rundown of the four new competitive maps courtesy of a press release from Activision:

  • Carnage – A post-apocalyptic race track along the California coast, Carnage features long sightlines and environmental hazards including a fire trap players can activate on command to roast their enemies.
  • Heartland – In Heartland, teams will go head-to-head in a simulation of small town America that is a re-imagining of the classic Call of Duty: Ghosts map, Warhawk. Players can pop into the local ice cream shop for a treat, and then take out enemies down the street with a Black Hole Generator.
  • Altitude – Set in a high-end, sky high shopping mall located on the edges of the universe, Altitude pushes teams around a chaotic center where quick flank routes are key to victory. Additional features include floating lush waterfalls that border the map.
  • Depot 22 – Depot 22 is a watering hole at the end of civilization that focuses on mid-ranged encounters waged in a medium-sized, three-lane map. Players can battle in the cantina for close-quarter combat or engage with enemies wall-running off of a moving train.

As for the new Zombies map, it’s titled ‘The Beast from Beyond,’ and it serves as the finale for the overarching story that connects all of Infinite Warfare’s Zombies maps. The final Infinite Warfare Zombies experience will put players into a remote military base on a distant frozen planet, and as the below trailer proves, zombies won’t be the only threat players face within the base’s halls.

Retribution will be free for those who own Infinite Warfare’s season pass, and it will also be available as a standalone $14.99 purchase.