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Review - Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare

Created on Sunday, 04 December 2016


It is time for a new Call of Duty, love it or hate it but it is still one of the most successful franchise in gaming history and you can never take that away from them. And speaking of love and hate, there has always been those feeling whenever you speak on a new Call of Duty release as you have you haters from the start who don't enjoy the games and instantly hate on them before they even release and you have the opposite team which are Call of Duty purists and claim this is the gift from God when it comes to FPS. Luckily for me I belong to none of these camps as I always try something before I make up my mind about it.



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For those living under a sealed rock, Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare is a FPS (First-person shooter) game developed by Infinity Ward and published by Activision. It is the latest release in a series of games under the Call of Duty flag and this release is available on PC, Playstation 4 and Xbox One as we speak. This time the war continues but on a much larger scale as it is no longer a war on earth but a war within our solar system.

If you enjoy sci-fi then this Call of Duty release should be right up your alley, now add the ability to hack items and enemies and you have Infinite Warfare's campaign in a nutshell.




But lets face it, most people buy Call of Duty for the multiplayer and this release should not be any different. And this years release comes with two multiplayer modes, cooperative Zombies mode and competitive multiplayer mode. Both of the two supports two player split screen mode. If you remember Black Ops III's gameplay you remember the ability to boost and wall-run, matter of fact just take everything gameplay wise you remember from BOIII and slow the tempo down a bit and you have most of what Infinite Warfare has to offer only on a greater scale when it comes to both visuals and sound.




I could go on and on about the new features and tweaks for this years Call of Duty release but I know for sure that you are either a Call of Duty fan or you hate the series, and nothing I would write about the new release would turn a hater into a lover of the series. I just want to add that the new features and tweaks in this release manages to keep the game feeling fresh and new which if you have played any of the previous releases since Modern Warfare, you would know this is a hard task to complete.




The game takes everything one step further and with the sci-fi aspect added it also gives anyone not familiar with the series but a fan of sci-fi a reason to take a closer look and maybe become a fan themselves. This is a smart move on Infinity Wards behalf and it also shows they take this series serious. I enjoyed my time with this release, as I mostly do with Call of Duty release but as I am getting older I also realize that the multiplayer mode is not my strongest points anymore, but hey, that’s life for you. Also remember, that you can get Modern Warfare Remastered if you get the Legacy, Digital Deluxe or Legacy Pro editions of the game (with physical versions requiring the Infinite Warfare disc inserted to access the remaster)

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