As time goes by, the hate towards "Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare" has gradually vanished. Now, more and more fans are eager to know what the game is all about. And indeed, as early speculated, the game is going toe to toe with EA DICE's "Battlefield 1" at Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) event. But first, what does the new "Call of Duty" game has to offer?
Moving away from the near-similar storyline in the series, the upcoming "Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare" takes the setting to outer space. This, in one way or another, has become a huge disappointment to the fanbase when the first trailer was unleashed. However, as things start to roll, Activision's latest title in the making is slowly gaining a momentum.
According to Polygon, the extent as to how futuristic "Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare" could be is undetermined for the time being. However, developer Infinity Ward did hint about the intense politics surrounding the forthcoming installment.
Despite the "Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare" setting, the game is still said to be grounded in the same franchise elements. Obviously, its main highlight will be the combat between humans. Narrative director Taylor Kurosaki said that the game will heavily focus on players having a commanding role. But of course, there are side missions for them to go off and on.
BBC, on the other hand, reports that "Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare" and "Battlefield 1" became the most talked about games at the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) event. Both developers of the game, in one way or another, are certainly offering something new to the community.
If "Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare" is set in a futuristic setting, "Battlefield 1" will cover a World War One environment. From that perspective alone, one can tell just how different the two will be.
But despite the very obvious indifferences, "Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare" and "Battlefield 1" will surely go up against each other as soon as their respective release dates arrive. In fact, the two games have already made huge waves at E3.
But which is better? Well, only time can tell.