Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare Beta Pre-load To Go Live Soon

By   /   Oct 13, 2016
Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare Beta

Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare Beta Pre-load is going live in a matter of hours. According to the official Call of Duty Twitter page, the pre-load will go live at 11 AM PT today.

Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare beta will allow players to try out the multiplayer portion of the game. The beta access will begin on October 14 to October 17 on PS4. Meanwhile, Xbox One players will have to wait until October 21 and can play the game until October 24.

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During this time, PlayStation 4 players will also have access to the beta along with Xbox One users. Unfortunately, there are no plans to allow PC gamers to play Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare beta.

Infinite Warfare is releasing on November 4 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. If you grab the Legacy Edition you can get Modern Warfare Remastered as well.

On a relate note, Infinite Warfare developer Infinity Ward looked at Elon Musk for a faithful image of the future in terms of weaponry.

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We didn’t want to go full energy because we feel like realistic is still going to be the primary mainstay, and even on the energy side it was important for us to not go into a kind of ‘pew-pew’, you know, that direction. It’s about the feedback on the gun, the muzzle flash, the sound of it, the little details.

The E-RAD for example is an SMG that pops open and then you pull out the battery pack and ram one back in. A lot of the requirements around guns and everything that we’ve researched doesn’t predict infinite energy guns or anything like that, so we still wanted to have everything there and then there’s some variations where attachments that are energy-based are slightly different, so for example instead of fast hands you might have an attachment on the energy guns that recharges slowly your magazine, and that’s where we want to differentiate them, make them still feel like Call of Duty weapons

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Source: Twitter