Call of Duty: infinite warfare DLC 3 called Absolution is available now on PS4 and is set to arrive on Xbox One as well as PC next week. Recently, Infinity Ward also rolled out an all new patch adding two new weapons, new calling cards, fixes, and more.

Patch 1.18 now live

The latest 1.18 patch highlights the addition of two exciting weapons in the game – the Stallion .44 pistol and the G-Rail AR. Take a look at the photos of these new weapons in a Charlie Intel tweet below.

The update 1.18 is now available to download on the three platforms, Xbox One, PS4, and PC.

It weighs in around 1.3GB on XB1 and 868MB on PC.

Aside from the new weapons, the latest patch also brings new calling cards, weapon accessories, gestures, and general fixes. Fans can log in to the Activision support website for the full list of patch notes.

DLC 3 for Xbox One and PC

The third DLC for “Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare” titled Absolution has already been available on PS4 last July 6 as part of the 30-day exclusivity deal between Sony and Activision. So, Players on Xbox One and PC will be able to get their hands on DLC 3 most likely next week, on or before Aug. 6.

The Absolution Map Pack adds four new maps such as Ember, Fore, Bermuda, and PermaFrost. It also features the new Zombies chapter, “The Attack of the Radioactive Thing” transporting players back to the 1950s when a covert operation of government went wrong causing people to turn into a horde of zombies.

But the four main protagonists in the game will be getting some help from the horror movie icon, Elvira, in order to survive.

“Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare” will still receive one more DLC map pack before the new "Call of Duty: WW2" is launched in November.

WW2 closed beta

Speaking of the new COD game, a private beta for “Call of Duty: WW2” is slated for Aug.

25 up to Aug. 28 exclusively on PS4. Apparently, it is limited to players who will pre-order the game.

But Activision confirmed that the console beta will also be available on both Xbox One and PS4 on Sep. 1 up to Sep. 4. The PC gamers, on the other hand, will get to test the game at a later date.

The private beta will include all the Divisions for the game and the publisher provided the details on each Division, including the highlights of Skills and Training.

Players should take note that Activision marked the Skills and Training as Rank 3. Thus, they can level up each a number of times that will make them more effective with every succeeding rank. 7

"Call of Duty: WW2" is developed by Sledgehammer Games and will hit PS4, Xbox One, and Windows PC on Nov. 3, 2017.