Here is the official description for the Precinct map, as posted by Charlie Intel: “Set in Japan following the invasion of the Settlement Defense Front, Precinct is a medium-sized map that uses grand interiors and the city’s winding backstreets as primary locations for combat. Focusing on easy targets and enemy recognition, the map supports all play styles while driving frontline engagements.”
Already-available maps in the Infinite Warfare beta include Frontier, a circular two-lane map set on a space station near Neptune; Frost, a three-lane research facility set on one of Jupiter’s moons; and Throwback, a three-lane map that’s a throwback to 1950s USA.
Modes already in the beta include Team Deathmatch, Domination, and Defender, which tasks players with grabbing a drone and defending it for as long as possible.
Additionally, you can play as three of the six Combat Rigs available in the full game. Each Rig specializes in a specific type of combat and can be equipped with one Payload and one Trait.
You can read more about everything the beta contains on Activision’s blog.
Infinite Warfare releases November 4 on PS4, Xbox One, and PC. Those who purchase the $ 80 and up special editions get a free copy of Modern Warfare Remastered. If you preordered Infinite Warfare on PS4, you can play the remastered Modern Warfare campaign now. The multiplayer will be available at launch and will eventually feature all 16 maps from the original game.