Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare’s newest DLC, Continuum is now available, bringing an all-new zombies map to the game. If you want access to all of the different perks in the map, you’ll need to learn how to turn on the power. Turning on the power will allow you to do various things, like access new areas, purchase new Perks from the different machines and more. In this article we’ll teach you everything you need to know to locate the four power switches in Shaolin Shuffle, so let’s get started.

How to Turn on the Power

As we stated above, there are a total of four power switches hidden throughout the level. In order to reach each switch, you will need to earn cash, so be sure to take out enemies as you make your way through the level. 

The first power switch can be found inside of the spawn area, and must be activated in order to access the rest of the map. Look for the power switch on one of the pillars just outside of the subway train. Activate it to open up the doors and gain access to the streets outside.

The second power switch can be found on the rooftops, near the back of the map. Make your way up to the rooftops, and then head for the back of the map where you can also find the new Deadeye Dewdrops perk machine. Once here, look for the power switch on a wall next to a zombie spawn.

The third power switch can be found in the quarantined subway area, near the strip club. Open up the barrier for $1250, then head inside and look for the power switch on the wall next to the subway track. Keep in mind that activating the power here will activate the train nearby, which you’ll have to dodge if you wish to cross the tracks.

The final power switch can be found on the rooftops near the Quickies perk machine. First, open up Disco Inferno, and then make your way up to the second floor towards the VIP Lounge. You should now have access to the rooftop, where you’ll find the fourth and final power switch next to a door with a massive lightning bolt painted on it.

Now that you have activated all four of the power switches in the map, you can get started on the real work. Be sure to check out our guide on how to get the Pack-a-Punch, and head back over to our Shaolin Shuffle guide for even more helpful articles like this. 

We’ll have plenty of Shaolin Shuffle content in the coming days, so keep an eye out for updated information and guides on our site.