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Activision has unveiled the fourth DLC for Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare, Retribution.

The DLC includes four new multiplayer mapsCarnage, Heartland, Altitude, and Depot 22—and the final installment in the Zombies co-op experience, titled The Beast From Beyond, which traps the four protagonists inside an all-new horror film set in a desolate military station on a distant ice planet.

The Beast From Beyond introduces new weapons and traps, and sees players battling hordes of undead crew as they try to discover a way to escape Willard Wyler movies once and for all.

A full rundown of the four new maps, courtesy of Activision, can be found below:

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 22Depot 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.

“Our team has had so much fun this year creating content for the Infinite Warfare community,” Dave Stohl, Studio Head of Infinity Ward, said “So, with Retribution, it’s the culmination of our thrilling zombies storyline, where players will head to a new setting with tons of surprises, and find out what evil force has been pulling the strings all along. For multiplayer fans, we’re delivering four new maps that really showcase combat rig abilities and great gameplay. September 12 can’t come soon enough.”

Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare – Retribution launches September 12th for PlayStation 4, with a PC and Xbox One release to follow roughly one month later.

Source: Activision

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Infinite Warfare Retribution DLC details, release date, and trailer

Activision has lifted the lid on Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare's fourth and final DLC, Retribution.

By Matthew Bennett | 09/6/2017 06:15 AM PT

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Activision has unveiled the fourth DLC for Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare, Retribution.

The DLC includes four new multiplayer mapsCarnage, Heartland, Altitude, and Depot 22—and the final installment in the Zombies co-op experience, titled The Beast From Beyond, which traps the four protagonists inside an all-new horror film set in a desolate military station on a distant ice planet.

The Beast From Beyond introduces new weapons and traps, and sees players battling hordes of undead crew as they try to discover a way to escape Willard Wyler movies once and for all.

A full rundown of the four new maps, courtesy of Activision, can be found below:

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 22Depot 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.

“Our team has had so much fun this year creating content for the Infinite Warfare community,” Dave Stohl, Studio Head of Infinity Ward, said “So, with Retribution, it’s the culmination of our thrilling zombies storyline, where players will head to a new setting with tons of surprises, and find out what evil force has been pulling the strings all along. For multiplayer fans, we’re delivering four new maps that really showcase combat rig abilities and great gameplay. September 12 can’t come soon enough.”

Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare – Retribution launches September 12th for PlayStation 4, with a PC and Xbox One release to follow roughly one month later.

Source: Activision

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Matt is one of the longest-serving members of the EGMNOW team. An ability to go many hours without sleep and a quick wit make him ideal for his role as associate editor at EGMNOW.com. He often thinks back to the days when the very idea of this career seemed like nothing but an impossible dream. Find him on Twitter @mattyjb89