Call Of Duty: Infinite Warfare Beta Has Few Problems, Can They Be Fixed?
Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare beta was released last week that and gamers were really excited about the newest game. However, the fans had encountered several problems, such as sudden spawning behind or in front of the enemy and dying for multiple times, leading to a decrease in excitement for the game.
Call of Duty is a multiplayer game that has a good record over time. Before, beta predecessors are more accurate and précised even if it is just a dry run for the entire game, but in the case of CoD: Infinite Warfare beta, many glitches and flaws have arisen.
According to Heavy, the Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare beta takes about 15 to 20 minutes before the player can join a new server again. The waiting time is decreased when in an actual server, but 20-minute breaks in-between plays are still a lot. Hopefully, this issue gets fixed when the full game is deployed. Otherwise, there will be a lot of grumpy players.
Other issues with the Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare beta include having sudden deaths, spawning behind or in front of the enemy out of nowhere and dying every time especially when in larger maps. Also, the kill cam is not working properly, per PlayStation Lifestyle.
With these problems noticed, devs are now expected to apply fixes to the glitches. Many thought that the dry run was stressful rather than helpful. Disappointed fans are calling for an extension of COD: Infinite Warfare beta with fewer problems and flaws. Hopefully, COD will be able to fix the errors.
According to Forbes, Call of Duty is creating series of games that are currently not giving any good experience to gamers from Advanced Warfare to Black Ops.
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