Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare is one of the more recent Call of Duty titles to hit the shelves. It was developed in2016 by Infinity Ward, the same team behind other downloadable CoD installments: Modern Warfare 1, 2, and 3, as well as Ghosts, just to name a few. The game was released on PC, Xbox One, and PS4 on November 4th, 2016 and was typically bundled with the remastered version of Modern Warfare. Infinite Warfare made sure to bring the Call of Duty franchise into the vast future, further than the series had ever gone before.
Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare
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Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare Review
The story is your typical military shooter, where you take control of Captain Reyes, a pilot turned commander that is expected to help lead the charge for humanities last hope against a fanatical enemy that believes their own set of values above your own. As things start to get out of hand, the military conflict manages to worsen and expands out into space, where firefights out among the stars are one of the deadlier locations to bring the fight to, all to ensure that the Earth doesn’t become a plaything for these fanatical militants.
Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare plays very much like a typical FPS, you move around, shoot, reload, throw grenades, without too much iteration between this game and the last ones. Once more, Call of Duty brings back the exo-suits and their movement abilities, along with some extra abilities to go along with them, outside of pure traversal. To keep things fun and enjoyable throughout each mission of the campaign, before the next mission, you’re able to spend upgrade points to improve your suit, acquire new abilities, and make things a little easier on the player overall.
Alongside the campaign, zombies and multiplayer makes the usual return, with very little gameplay differences in comparison to the campaign. Multiplayer has a wide variety of modes, weapons, and levels to power your way through the multiplayer, allowing you to unlock more and more weapons and equipment to play around with. In zombies, it’s as it’s always been, you go around the map, earning points by killing zombies and using those points to purchase buffs, weapons, and equipment, all the while doing your best to survive as a squad of up to four for as long as possible.
Once every member of the squad has been wiped out, the game mode ends and then you are left with an overall score of how many points earned, kills made, and the round you managed to make it to, leading to a high score on a leaderboard if you play well enough.
Easily the biggest comparisons for the game would have to be the previous set of entries into the Call of Duty franchise which has brought the series into a more futuristic setting. Advanced Warfare and Black Ops 3 are all designed to be in a futuristic setting and Infinite Warfare has simply built off of that.
Anyone that wants a change from the traditional formula of the Call of Duty franchise, Infinite Warfare provides enough of a change to make it more than worth your while.