Despite the hate, "Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare" remains to be the most highly awaited game at Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3). After all, gamers want to know exactly what it offers -- perhaps. And sure enough, it is starting to make a noise, as the game is likely to feature an in-depth campaign demo during the aforesaid event.
Needless to say, "Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare" will be the one and only game that Activision will present at E3. Obviously,it is not working with any other title, except if it intends to make it a surprise. Anyway, the studio has been very outspoken about the excitement it is feeling toward unveiling the game in the upcoming event.
Unfortunately, Activision will not have a booth on the E3 show floor, according to Inquisitr. While this can be a disappointment for fans, they should still be excited, as the studio will offer an in-depth look at the game's campaign.
Yes, Activision plans to unravel an in-depth campaign demo for "Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare" during its presentation at E3. The said demo will happen on June 13, but the exact time and location in the building remain unknown.
However, rumor has it that the company might likely air the footage during Sony's presentation. It should be noted that these two tech giants have an exclusive partnership, thus the possibility of "Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare" arriving first to PlayStation consoles.
E3 is set to kickstart from June 14 to June 16, with the Los Angeles Convention Center being the location. And, as reported by The Christian Times, "Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare" remains to be the most highly anticipated game at the event despite the hate it has received over the past few weeks.
One of the main reasons why fans are still looking forward to "Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare" is due to the involvement of new developers. One is the team's design director Jacob Minkoff, who has created a name with Naughty Dog. Moreover, it is the narrative director Taylor Kurosaki who is best known for franchises such as "The Last of Us" and "Uncharted."