Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare - Absolution
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Genre: First-Person Shooter
Absolution takes the fight to new Infinite Warfare multiplayer environments, including Bermuda, an oceanic shanty town Permafrost, a frozen inner city Fore, a massive mini-golf park and Ember, a castle retrofitted with modern technology and a re-imagining of the classic Call of Dut®: Modern Warfare 3 map, Resistance.
Attack of the Radioactive Thing! is a gruesome, 1950s science experiment gone wrong, filled with mutant zombies, new weapons and all the rubber latex creatures you can handle.
Official Call of Duty®: Infinite Warfare – Absolution Trailer
Infinite Warfare has had an uneven Season Pass but it's far from a disaster. While its first pack is easily the strongest, even the average maps in Continuum and Absolution are worth occasionally cycling through. Just err on the side of zombies and you won't regret picking it up -- otherwise, Game of the Year it is.
While Absolution is by no means a disaster it just feels lacking in comparison to the rest of the content we've been given for Infinite Warfare so far. Although Absolution does add new content, and the Attack of the Radioactive Thing! is both complicated and fun, the multiplayer maps just don't fit very well within the constructs of Infinite Warfare.
The four maps of Absolution are trying to excel, but they are all four interesting and well-developed. Rather than pointing at a particularly successful set-up, this time it was decided to focus on a qualitative coherence that can only be appreciated.
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