Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare Has a Lot To Offer
Activision recently announced they would be releasing their 14th game in the Call of Duty franchise, titled Infinite Warfare. The game will be out on November 4th for Playstation 4, Xbox One, and PC. Even better, the Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare reveal trailer just dropped, so let’s take a look at everything that’s being offered.
Let’s start with the story. You will play as Captain Reyes, a pilot who will take you on a trip across the solar system – yes, this game will be set in space, and not just on Earth. It will be based in a dystopian society taking place in the future, where Earth no longer has its natural resources. As a result, people are spreading out and colonizing other planets in the solar system, ultimately and inevitably leading to wars for resources. A United Nations Space Alliance has been established in order to control all colonies, but as usually happens, a group of insurgents breaks away from it, forming The Front, who will act as the main enemy in the game.
Regarding multiplayer, we still don’t have many details. However, Activision has confirmed the game will feature an “evolution of Call of Duty’s movement system with an emphasis on front-line engagement.”
And of course, in case you were wondering, there will be a zombie mode here as well. This new co-operative Zombie mode will feature a new storyline, some unique gameplay mechanics, and other features. So you can once again group with some of your friends in order to cleanse the world from zombies.
Also, Activision has announced they are releasing a remastered version of Modern Warfare, their popular 2007 game. It will be sold only packaged with Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare, though, so if you want it, you have to get the two games together in the Legacy Edition for $79.99. Otherwise, you can just pick up Infinite Warfare for $59.99.
Interestingly, if you pre-order the game at a retailer, you’ll be provided with a code redeemable for a future offer from Activision:
“This code is for a future offer. We will email you further details on what this code gives in the near future. Please double check your email address and make sure it is up to date in our system. You can change your preferred email address in your Call of Duty profile.”
This is not confirmed, but most people think that this is a code for an upcoming beta. One last interesting thing Activision revealed is that Infinite Warfare, like Modern Warfare and Black Ops, will be a “Sub Franchise” within the Call of Duty World, meaning it will possibly be receiving sequels.
So, who’s already got their copy pre-ordered?