Once again, we’re getting another Call of Duty game, and it’s back to the Infinity Ward team to create the next chapter in the popular franchise with Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare. This time, you're in space.
Following in the footsteps of previous installments in the series, Infinite Warfare takes place in the future. You are a captain of a warship, and after a surprise attack in Geneva, Switzerland by members of a group called the Settlement Defense Front, it’s up to you and your compatriots to strike back.
In addition to your human squadmates, you’ll also have access to a robotic ally. However, the enemy has its own mechanized army as well, so you’ll have to fight them before getting to its leaders. For what seems to be the first time in the game’s history, you’ll also be taking the fight to space. You’ll be able to control a fast and agile spacecraft as you take out foes and dodge missiles hundreds of miles above the Earth.
Obviously, you can buy the game as a standalone title, but with Infinity Ward at the helm, there’s another surprise for those who pre-order the game’s physical or digital version of the Legacy Edition ($79.99): Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered.
|Game||Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare|
|Release Date||November 4, 2016|
|Platforms||-PC-Xbox One -PlayStation 4|
The hit game that ushered the series into the modern era (and beyond) is back with a new skin. It also includes various visual improvements such as high texture resolution, shadowing VFX particles and new animations and audio. In addition to the classic campaign that features the iconic Captain Price, you’ll also have access to 10 maps from the game’s original multiplayer mode such as “Crash” and “Backlot.”
For $99.99, you can grab the Digital Deluxe Edition, which includes all of the contents of the Legacy Edition as well as the Season Pass for Infinite Warfare. However, the ultimate package is the Legacy Pro Edition. At $119.99, you get the contents of the Digital Deluxe Edition as well as a collectible steelbook, soundtrack and “additional digital items.”
Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare and Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered are scheduled to release on Friday, November 4.