Call Of Duty: Infinite Warfare Update: New Mission Team Arriving? Here Are Some Details

Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare will have an update that its avid fans will surely like. A leak was posted on Reddit recently, which sparked rumors that the popular video game will have a new update. Here are some of the details of the latest leak.

Two Photos Of A New Mission Team Were Leaked

The Reddit post about Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare revealed two photos of the logo of a Mission Team. It appears therefore that there will be a new Mission Team that will be added to the video game. The rumor is somewhat convincing since the pictures posted on Reddit fit the logo that can be seen in the video game.

The actual pictures show the same logo as the Blood Anvil Mission Team logo. To further bolster this fact, the original leaker also posted this mission team's overview in-game cut scene of Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare. In that scene, the mission leader is heard saying to somebody that everything has led him to this. The leader meant the killings brought him to them (the Mission Team).

The Leaked Mission Team Is Not Currently Playable In The Game

The teams currently included in Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare are Wraith, Sabre Team Seven, Orion Initiative and JTF Wolverine. If a player finishes the assignments from any of these Mission Teams, he will earn specific rewards. With this leak, it could be possible that additional content will be available as soon as the Blood Anvil Team is added to the game.

Some of the avid fans of Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare are now expecting that this new Mission Team will go live when the first DLC pack of the game is released. But Infinity War, the game developer, and Activision, its publisher, have not given any comment on the Reddit post and the published photos. Die-hard fans will have to wait for more information about the leaks in the coming days to see whether these rumors are true or not.

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