Changes Are Coming To Call Of Duty: Infinite Warfare, Thanks To Beta Feedback

Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare is finally done from its two weeks of multiplayer beta affair. The game's designer, Joe Cecot also reveals that thanks to player feedback, their upcoming game will be having changes and upgrades. But those will be something that gamers have to check out on post-updates.

A Bounty Of Negative Comments

There had been several release of Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare multiplayer beta in different consoles like the Xbox One and PS4. But Infinity Ward's newest title did not get a warm welcome. Instead, the game received more negative than positive response. The massive amount of negativity towards the game prompted Infinity Ward to make several improvements to the game and even the beta releases. For players who pre-ordered the PS4, it was a matter of a 24-hour extension after glitches were experienced during the weekend release. For Xbox owners, it was making the beta available even without the players pre-ordering the console.

Positive Changes Thanks To Player Feedback

In the same way that Infinity Ward made adjustments to Call of Duty during its beta release, the game developer also decided to put up plenty of changes and enhancements to their title. Activision thanked its fans in a blog post for the feedback that they have provided that led to the optimization of a better Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare.

The game's designer, Joe Cecot, already hinted that a few tweaks on weapons and equipment have been done aside from matchmaking enhancements. Still, the specifics of what those changes might be are not detailed. The only assurance that Cecot provided is that the developer is already working to improve the Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare even better than before. However, fans of the game might yet see those improvements upon post-launch updates given that the title is already set to release in just a few weeks.

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