In light of the popularity that circles around Call of Duty: WWII, a new update has arrived to Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare. This only means that the title is trying to stir back the interest of the community. Apparently, the new update comes with lots of exciting stuff.
According to WWG, the name of the update is called Call of Duty: WWII Quartermaster. It introduces a total of two new weapons -- namely, the Trencher and the Auger, which is a light Gatling gun. The latter, in particular, appears to be a perfect tool for a killing spree activity.
The Trencher in the Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare looks like a machine gun, only that it has a grenade launcher attached to it. This weapon here is really a must have, especially for those who'd love to go toe-to-toe. Of course, the aforementioned update is not just about these weapons -- it also comes with other interesting things.
Basically, a new set of camo options has been added to the game. Included in this are keychains that players can attach their guns of choice. In fact, many have liked the idea of having such in the game; but then again, the surprises don't stop here.
The latest Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare update also comes with a new patch. The latter is basically more of a support patch, adding new voice pack and scorestreak variants. In addition, there are also various bug fixes and balance tweaks. For instance, the audio range on the Micro Turret as well as the Shock Sentry has been increased.
This only means that Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare is still alive and kicking; and yes, it still has a lot of things to offer in the future. Otherwise, Activision will not go the extra mile of introducing the above-mentioned items and features, among others. These are all worth checking out here (patch notes).