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New Call Of Duty Infinite Warfare Zombies Gameplay Revealed

By   /   Nov 1, 2016

Its November and its that time of year when a new Call Of Duty game launches, and just a couple of days remain before the launch of Call Of Duty Infinite Warfare. While Zombies mode is nothing new to the franchise, but this is the first game from Infinity Ward to include a zombies mode. Now developers has released a new Call Of Duty Infinite Warfare Zombies gameplay.

The Call Of Duty Infinite Warfare Zombies gameplay was showcased during the developer Infinity Ward’s recent live stream. Also the gameplay comes just in time for the Halloween.

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What is interesting is that in previous Call Of Duty Tiles, the developers used CGI, or in-game cut-scenes, but for this game, Infinity Ward is going for the cartoon style cut-scenes. Also the tone of the zombies mode is quite light in here compared to the dark tone in the previous games.

Recently, Infinity Ward detailed the changes for Call Of Duty Infinite Warfare, that were made after listening the feedback from the beta participants. There are slew of changes that Infinity Ward is going to bring to the game, from weapons to perks, in-game economy and matchmaking are just some of the aspects that are tweaked for the final game.

Also the full list of game modes for Call Of Duty Infinite Warfare has been leaked on the internet. According to the leak, there will be a total of 17 game modes, however, there is a possibility that not all will be available publicly and will only be accessible in private matches.

Call Of Duty Infinite Warfare is scheduled to arrive on November 4, 2016 for PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4. Those who pre-order the special edition will also get Modern Warfare Remastered, and both games will support PlayStation 4 Pro.

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