Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare Story Details; Lead Character, Enemy, Side Quests
Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare is on its way to becoming the second most disliked video, currently standing at over 1.9 million dislikes. At 2 million it will beat Rebecca Black’s friday song to become the second most disliked video on YouTube.
Activision was also accused of paying pro players to tweet positive about Call of Duty.
But is the game really that bad compared to Battlefield 1? It isn’t bad but it isn’t new and fresh as well. However, after getting to know more about the game and its story mode, Infinite Warfare may start to grow on you.
According to the Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare story details we have, the story mode puts you in control of Captain Nick Reyes who will take us through intense battles in space and on Earth, smoothly transitioning between the two without loading screens.
Rayes is a Tier 1 Special Operations pilot, highly trained in both ground and aerial combat. His ship, the Jackal, is a transforming fighter that is powerful enough to take some of the biggest ships down.
Players will have access to Retribution, a central hub world, which will give access to both main missions and side quests. Through this central hub players will be able to order raids on hostile ships.
Planet earth is running out of resources and nations have joined together in United Nations Space Alliance, an entity that handles trade, travel, land claims and all matters relating to human space colonization.
Humans on Earth now rely on colonies in Solar System, these colonies mine planets and asteroids for resources. Now, militant radicals are targeting these colonies that are defended by Solar Associated Treaty Organization, an organized military structure created by countries on Earth.
However, Settlement Defense Front has emerged, consisting of insurgents that don’t see eye to eye with United Nations Space Alliance. SDF is trying to take control of our resources.
The story is interesting and I would love to see how it pans out. But are these details and the reveal trailer enough to convince long time COD fans like myself to buy the game? No.
Regardless of the fact, I would be picking up a copy for Modern Warfare 4 remastered and hope to god they show something amazing in the coming weeks to convince fans that Infinite Warfare is worth buying, even without Modern Warfare 4.
Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare will release on November 4 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC. Last-gen versions aren’t happening.