‘Call of Duty:Infinite Warfare’ – Not Connected From Previous Storyline
"Call of Duty" -- a renowned first-person shooting game -- has been bought and played by the gamers in the world. The game has been followed by lots of fans and avid gamers. In fact, the previous versions of the game still sell even nowadays. Recently, the developer Infinity Ward unveiled its latest brand of the game, which is "Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare." However, the developer believes that something has to change to get things going.
According to TechnoBuffalo, Taylor Kurosaki and Jacob Mincoff, Infinity Ward's narrative and design directors, talked about of what can be expected. Kurosaki ensured the players some grounded experiences, which of course the players want. The setting of the game covers from the seas up beyond the atmosphere-maneuvering spaceships, engaging in space combat and fighting in zero gravity. The game is still a linear experience according to the developer.
In addition, the developers want the players to put themselves in the shoe of the characters by selecting varied choices in the game; hence, giving freedom to the players for proper decision-making beyond great pressures. By this, the result of the game depends on the decision of the players. It sure sounds very exciting. For sure it will be worth playing. The game trailer makes the gamers crave for the game.
According to a post via Gamespot, "Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare" has Zombie Campaigns in which it makes the game more interesting for the players. The game is also based from the movies, sources say. Some tidbits can be read here.
The design director, Jacob Mincoff, confirmed that the game is inspired by war stories, nit sci-fi. Therefore, this version is far different from its previous versions like "Modern Warfare," "Black Ops II" and "Ghost." "Infinite Warfare" will be launched on Nov. 4 for Playstation 4, Xbox One and personal computers.
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