The latest reports come with new details regarding the release date of the video game "Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare." The fans of the first-person shooter series can expect the release of the new installment on Nov. 4.
According to ValueWalk, this 2016 title will be very important for the game developer Activision, and for this reason, its release date is scheduled ahead of the Christmas marketplace. This information comes from an online link presenting an apparent advertising poster for the "Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare" game bearing the Nov. 4, 2016 release date.
Information from the PlayStation Store is also backing up this suggestion, so it seems certain that the fans of the series can expect the latest installment in November 2016. By browsing the trending section of the PlayStation Store on the PlayStation 4, inquisitive fans can find an area that contains a link to the forthcoming AAA game. However, selecting the new option is simply accessing a placeholder instead of providing more information.
The "Infinite Warfare" installment is the 13th release in the "Call of Duty" series. The developer Activision aims to produce an exciting and innovative title with the upcoming game "Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare."
The same publication reports that, according to another rumor, this new FPS will have science-fiction setting probably in the future. An alien-style spaceship can be seen in the background in an apparently leaked image from the game. In the image also appears a protagonist holding some form of futuristic and sophisticated flight helmet.
A significant evolution in the game is expected rather than delivering more of the same. Game experts believe that the developers of "Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare" will be considering a wide variety of new features for the upcoming title.
According to GameRant, it was also released a new teaser trailer for the next "Call of Duty" video game. The teaser showcases a character from the upcoming game and possible hits at the return of Simon "Gost" Riley. This would confirm that the game developer Activision is gearing up the hype for the next installment in the "Call of Duty" franchise.