Call Of Duty: Infinite Warfare was instantly hated by fans for having a futuristic setting. Meanwhile, its graphics weren’t something to die for either.
However, to entice us, Infinity Ward has revealed a new Call Of Duty: Infinite Warfare gameplay. Th footage was shown at Comic Con 2016 and believe me, the game looks awesome. Furthemore, it might make some of its critics change their opinion about the game.
Call Of Duty: Infinite Warfare gameplay gives us a walk-through of the “Black Sky” mission.
Players to take part in battles on Earth and in the vastness of space, however, this Call Of Duty: Infinite Warfare gameplay kicked off with an intense battle on Earth.
The gameplay starts with our protagonist, Lieutenant Reyes, making his way to a tower with his party while fighting with enemy soldiers and mechanical bipedal drones.
We will mainly focus on the weapons as the gameplay is, as we all know, classic Call Of Duty. The game features both energy based weapons and realistic ballistic weapons.
The atmosphere is brilliant and truly realized with everything in chaos, and debris everywhere. The very first weapon used in the gameplay is a energy based SMG, however, a gun shooting energy or laser should not have a recoil. But in the footage there is noticeable recoil.
The next weapon the gameplay shows off is a shotgun, however, this shotgun has a special feature. The shotgun is not energy based, but it can lock onto a target while scoping and it hits the target with precision. Of course, devs may been using aim bots as certain section of the gameplay indicate.
Devs previously revealed that players will be able to manipulate bullets and what we saw could be bullet manipulation.
Also Call Of Duty: Infinite Warfare gameplay shows a spider like bot that players can deploy. It is a suicide bot that explodes on contact.
The gameplay also shows an assault rifle, nothing is special about this weapon other than it just gives you a temporary feeling of good shooting.
The Jackal is Reyes’s own fighter jet which we saw in action in Call Of Duty: Infinite Warfare E3 gameplay. Jackal is not only flyable but players can call it for air support.
Players will also be able to hack drones, as Reyes hacks a drone in a airship, who is ready to drop and fight along with dozens of others like it. Reyes makes the drone self-destruct which results in the airship crashing.
As the devs previously revealed that Call Of Duty Infinite Warfare will have no loading screens between ground to space transition. Well, we can see an example of that and it is one of the benefits of the current generation of consoles that loading time have either decreased or the game just loads once.
Do fights are make up a decent chunk of Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare. But in terms of dog fights the footage shows sections that we have seen before just with a little more detail.
Players can use cannons to take out enemy jets or target incoming missiles. Call Of Duty games are known for their explosive moments and big set pieces. Recent entries didn’t really do justice to that aspect but its looks like IW will.
Call Of Duty: Infinite Warfare is scheduled to release on November 4, 2016 for PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4.