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Watch Some Intense Action Scenes In This Call Of Duty Infinite Warfare Launch Trailer
The release for Call Of Duty Infinite Warfare is getting closer, and Activision is also gearing up efforts to keep the hype up for the game. Now Activision has released the Call Of Duty Infinite Warfare launch trailer.
Call Of Duty Infinite Warfare launch trailer starts with the game’s antagonist threatening the Settlement Defense Front, that he would eradicate it. The trailer is mostly what we have already seen in the story trailer for the game, with a some new sequences in between.
While the Call Of Duty Infinite Warfare beta for PlayStation 4 started on October 14 and ended today, Xbox One users will get their access to the beta on this coming weekend October 21, and only those will have access to the beta who have pre-ordered the game.
Call Of Duty Infinite Warfare will launch next month, and we are already getting rumors regarding next year’s Call Of Duty. According to the recent rumor, the next year’s Call Of Duty will be set during the Vietnam war between 1955 and 1975.
Also the next year’s Call Of Duty is in-development at Sledgehammer Games, and those who don’t know, the same studio was working on a Vietnam-based Call of Duty game that played like Uncharted. But the concept was scrapped by Activision.
Call Of Duty is one of the mega franchises in the game industry, who’s name is enough to sell million of copies. So obviously managing a mega franchise like this is no piece of case for the developer and the publisher alike, and this is what Activision Blizzard CEO expressed in a recent interview.
According to Bobby Kotic, he feels it is a tremendous responsibility of the company to keep the franchise exciting for gamers.
Call Of Duty Infinite Warfare is scheduled to launch on November 4, 2016 for PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4. Also those who pre-order or purchase special edition will also get Call Of Duty Modern Warfare Remastered.