During the Sony’s E3 press conference we got our first look at Call Of Duty Infinite Warfare campaign and its gameplay.
Call Of Duty Infinite Warfare departs from the classic Call Of Duty Formula while maintaining the feel and the looks of the franchise.
In an interview with Gamereactor, Jacob Minkoff and Taylor Kurosaki, Narrative Director and Design Director at Infinity Ward told fans about what they can expect from the game and its single-player campaign.
Taylor Kurosaki, explained what Infinity Ward meant with Infinite Warfare is a classical story but with a futuristic setting.
War stories are timeless. They are fables, they are stories about people being put under incredible pressures and how they react to those pressures. We’re really fans of the genre, as well as fans of CoD, going back to the first one. For us it’s like a classic war story transposed to a new setting.
Kurosaki also elaborated that players will frequently be engaging in Zero-G combat scenarios and space battles.
In one mission, you might be dog-fighting in zero-G, in your space fighter, then you can land aboard the Retribution, and then order that ship to go to different locations.
Jacob Minkoff told that players can take on missions in without any particular order, and these missions will not only take place in space but also on the surface of other planets.
You can order it to go to different missions in non-linear order. It’s really a game that has huge scope, especially because not only do you have fighting in space but you also go onto the surface of other planets throughout the solar system.
Minkoff also hinted the length of Call Of Duty Infinite Warfare campaign.
It’s pretty big, but you can expect the campaign to last in line with other previous Call of Duty games. What Infinite Warfare really has going for it is enormous scope. The fact that you’re going from one planet to another, to enemy ships, launching up from the ground into dogfights – the space you will be occupying over the course of this campaign is really mind-blowing.
In response to the negative feedback on the Call Of Duty Infinite Warfare’s reveal, Minkoff said that they are working to make the best game possible and the game will speak for itself.
Call Of Duty Infinite Warfare will release for PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4 on November 4.