I’ve played a bit of Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare‘s campaign, and I really like it. It’s visually stunning and got the blood pumping. I haven’t played the multiplayer yet, but Miklós didn’t seem too impressed by it in his review.

But whether you like it or not, Infinite Warfare offers “premium” (another word for it costs money) multiplayer DLC, the first of which is called Sabotage. The pack Includes four new maps, one of which is a reimagined fan favourite from Modern Warfare 2, as well as a new zombies experience called Rave in the Redwoods. Trailer below.

The video’s description reads: “Sabotage includes four Multiplayer maps — Noir, Renaissance, Neon, and Dominion, Infinity Ward’s reimagining of the classic “Afghan” from Modern Warfare 2 — plus Rave in the Redwoods, the terrifying new ’90s-themed zombies adventure from the twisted imagination of director Willard Wyler.”

Sabotage will be available for PS4 owners on 31 January, “with other platforms to follow,” which usually means one month later for everyone else. It’ll cost you $15 (roughly R209), or you can pick it up as part of the season pass for R699.