It seems Call Of Duty: Infinite Warfare Patch Update 1.06 actually made things worse.
According to some players, this update literally broke private CWL matches, causing them not to start if the host hasn’t CODCaster enabled.
Moreover, Call Of Duty: Infinite Warfare Patch Update 1.06 altered Hardpoint rotation and Uplink portals.
The only good thing about this situation is Infinity Ward team has announced they are already working on a fix.
However, if you are interested in trying Infinite Warfare but you don’t know whether to buy it or not, you’ll be happy to read that this game is getting a free weekend.
Activision has stated that players will be able to download and play this game with no cost from December 15 to 20, 2016 on PS4 and Xbox One.
But things will be different from the past. In contrary to what happened with Overwatch and Fifa 17, Activision will let users play a limited version of the game, with 3 missions of the campaign, level cap 15 for multiplayer and level cap 3 for Zombie mode.
Well, it’s still a good way to try the game.
Anyhow, NPD Group has stated that COD: Infinite Warfare physical sales are down by nearly half since its release, without providing information about digital sales.
This game’s troubles began when the company released its first trailer, one of the most disliked videos on YouTube. Fans didn’t want a new sci-fi game and they were disappointed in finding out no one listened to them, so this disease turned into bad sales for the game.
Let’s just hope the best for the future of this franchise.
Call Of Duty: Infinite Warfare is a first person shooter made by Infinity Ward, available for PS4, Xbox One and PC.