‘Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare’ News & Update: Ready To Battle? Infinity Ward Will Give You An Exhilarating Game
Activision, the publisher of the game "Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare," has finally arrived last November 4 and has been receiving a lot of good reviews since then. There have been three studios that developed "Call of Duty" series and today Infinity Ward has brought the game to the next level.
The original "Call of Duty" game has been established by Infinity Ward in 2003 and then was modernized in 2007. The game has been struggling to find its own identity on game racks with the same war theme. But with the latest game "Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare," it provided gamers a different narrative experience.
According to Stuff, "Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare" has the same campaigns as with the previous game series, but the structure of single player campaign is nothing like the other. The game has more depth in storytelling unlike the previous series, but only in a simple theme -- the burdens of a leader.
On its website, "Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare" has optional side missions which allow the character to interact and gives weapon or gear an upgrade. Each side mission only lasts about 10 minutes. Also, single player campaign is expected as the standard combat like the previous series.
Moreover, the title has the specialist mode which can only be played after beating the game on a difficulty level. The Specialist mode is somewhat realistic since there is no health regeneration to this mode. If a player in "Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare" was shot in his arms or legs, then the ability of the character will degrade as well.
"Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare," too, has Yolo mode that can only be unlocked if a player has finished the Specialist mode. If the player dies here, there is no way that the game can be continued; the player will have to start again from the beginning of the entire game. Multiplayer is also an option that gamers can play. Mission teams from this mode will give exclusive rewards that are only available here and can be useful as the game continues.
Meanwhile, there are gamers who complain about the Activision's decision to separate PC gamers of "Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare" with Xbox One user. Microsoft has confirmed that the it doesn't applied the restriction, but by Activision.