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Infinity Ward Tries to Justify Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare Space Setting and Multiplayer
Fans are not taking kindly to the reveal of Call Of Duty Infinite Warfare, and the game is getting the amount of hate which games usually get after their release. The trailer for Call Of Duty: Infinite Warfare right now is the second most disliked video on Youtube.
So what to do? Well, how about some more information about Call Of Duty: Infinite Warfare that may make the game grow on you.
In an interview with Forbes, Infinity Ward said that they have wanted to look into the militarization of the space for a while now. The developer said that this matter will be treated seriously, and will try their best to deliver most authentic possible take on this subject.
Infinity Ward assured fans that this game will be Call Of Duty first and foremost, and the game will play as a Call Of Duty. They said that space setting for the game is to tell a story, but the game will retain its Call Of Duty intrinsic feel.
To achieve this, Infinity Ward will deliver a pure single-player campaign, as opposed to the co-op format that Treyarch introduced in last year’s Call Of Duty: Black Ops 3.
However, Infinity does not plan to ignore everything that Treyarch brought to the franchise, as the developer confirmed that the same chain movement from the Black Ops 3 will be present in some form in Call Of Duty Infinity Warfare.
The developer further confirmed that multiplayer for the game will feel a lot like Black Ops 3, which will be appreciated by fans.
Call Of Duty: Infinite Warfare will release on November 4 for PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4. A remastered version of Call Of Duty Modern Warfare will also be released with the game, but this remaster will only be available with the Legacy Edition of Call Of Duty: Infinite Warfare.