The Call Of Duty: Infinite Warfare DLC 2 release date is just one week away, so its developers at Infinity Ward have released a trailer full of multiplayer gameplay on the expansion’s four maps. Here’s what we’ve seen so far.

As announced by Activision last week, Infinite Warfare’s second DLC is called Continuum. In terms of online multiplayer, it features four maps: Excess, Archive, Scrap and Turista. Full descriptions of each arena can be viewed here, but the driving theme is that IW has designed Continuum to cater to several different play styles simultaneously. Whether you prefer infantry or sniper, each part of the DLC should offer something fresh.

That message of variety is essentially what this new multiplayer trailer tries to convey. It first introduces quick snapshots of the maps and then sections off its gameplay to focus on run-and-gun, sniper, heavy and stealth strategies. The cuts are quick, but it’s easy to see how every facet of Continuum props up those various tactics.

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While fans can likely judge the best parts of the trailer for themselves, there are a few things about DLC 2 that are particularly interesting to us. The lunar surface of Scrap, for example, could potentially bring a lot to Call Of Duty multiplayer thanks to its wide-open landscape and limited-gravity features. As the clip shows, it could be seriously interesting for snipers. On the closed combat end, we really liked the jampacked halls of Turista.

The reimagined Rust from Modern Warfare 2, Excess, could be fun as well. Call Of Duty titles have placed lots of emphasis on mechanic speed in recent years, and Rust was already a quick-combat map. We’re curious to see how much more frenetic the action will become on this new version of it.

Beyond four multiplayer maps, the expansion also includes a new Zombies chapter called Shaolin Shuffle. Headlined by Jackie Brown’s Pam Grier, its plot takes place inside a ‘70s martial arts movie.

Call Of Duty: Infinite Warfare DLC 2, titled Continuum, launches first on PS4 April 18. It’s available now for pre-order on the PlayStation Store. It will likely come to Xbox One and PC in May.

What do you think of this Infinite Warfare multiplayer trailer? Are the new maps exciting? Tell us in the comments section.