‘Call of Duty Infinite Warfare’ Latest News and Updates: Infinity Ward’s Epic Update Tweaks PS4, PC, Xbox One Platforms’ Player Modes, Zombies in Spaceland

By Abigail Briones , Updated Dec 06, 2016 10:28 AM EST
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With the epic new update and bug fixes from Infinity Ward, "Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare" gamers have better video gaming experience. The comprehensive patch notes released detailed several general updates and bug fixes on the game, including platform-specific changes and tweaks for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.

The patch for "Call of Duty: Infinity Warfare" was dropped by Activision only a few days before the PlayStation Experience in Anaheim, California. It also came a little after the first-person shooter video game was reported as the biggest-selling in September.

General updates included fixes on the 12 multiplayer maps Crusher, Frontier, Frost, Genesis, Grounded, Mayday, Precinct, Retaliation, Scorch, Skydock, Terminal, and Throwback. The awards given for wins or losses, which tended to be inaccurate, at the conclusion of "Call of Duty: Infinity War" matches which take place before the forfeit time has been attended to. The failure in round-based game modes of the Mission Team challenge progress to properly display has also been fixed.

Winner's circle concerns have also been addressed while Infected updates include gaining more XP on kills and assist points given to Infected players when Survivors get killed. It is now easier to tell apart normal Synaptics from Infected with a red electric haze. Infinity Ward has done even more adjustments and additions to improve the "Call of Duty: Infinity Warfare," and fans have been promised another update which will add even more weapons.

Some Zombies in Spaceland fixes include balancing Headcutter damage exploit versus Alien and getting rid of bugs appearing when playing the split-screen mode. What was possibly a Luitween error in "Call of Duty: Infinity Warfare" Zombies was also given attention.

On the Xbox One platform, "Call of Duty: Infinity Warfare" fixes tackled player muting in View Gamercard option, Private Party hitches, audio crashing, and a few more. On PC, players can now go well beyond the ten-point limit for the Loadout, lengthy usernames during matches can now be accommodated on the screen, and the game no longer hangs when a player switches between full and windowed screens.

The "Call of Duty: Infinity Warfare" patch has addressed most, if not all, difficulties that fans of the game have been experiencing. In the meantime, another exciting development is in store for them with the recent leak on the release date for the game's DLC1 which was announced as January 31, 2017.

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