'Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare' latest news: New expansion now available on PS4

(Activision Games Blog)A screenshot from the "Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare" DLC titled "Continuum."

Fans of the "Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare" video game will be treated anew, as the latest expansion has arrived.

According to a tweet from video game developer Infinity Ward, the new DLC titled "Continuum" has finally arrived on the PlayStation 4 (PS4) platform. The post also encouraged players to send the developers their best clips of the new DLC. Through the expansion, gamers can now enjoy four new multiplayer maps, namely, Turista, Archive, Excess, and Scrap.

Turista is a "plush spa and resort" that is built right at the center of an ancient creature's giant skeleton, while Archive is set in a futuristic art gallery showcasing a three-lane style map. Excess, on the other hand, is set on top of a gilded penthouse on a future metropolis that is a re-imagining of the "Modern Warfare 2" map. Lastly, Scrap is aptly titled as it is an abandoned junkyard located on the Moon that is perfect for long and short-range action.

"With Continuum, the team has crafted each map with a distinct feel and different style so that each match brings that immersive gameplay and feeling of teamwork," said Dave Stohl, Studio Head of Infinity Ward, in a press release.

Also included in the DLC is Shaolin Shuffle Zombies, which features a 1970's setting based in New York. It showcases disco-zombies and stars Pam Grier of the 1997 film "Jackie Brown," according to a report from Gamespot. "Shaolin Shuffle takes our zombies co-op experience creatively to a new level," explained Stohl. "Everything from the disco zombies and character dialogue to the martial arts component is all about taking players to a new and funky setting in another twisted horror film that builds from the original storyline," he added.

Meanwhile, players using other platforms will have to wait for a while before the new expansion arrives, as all DLC of "Infinite Warfare" first comes out on PS4, honoring a timed-exclusivity deal between Sony and the game's publisher, Activision.