A Closer Look At 'Call Of Duty: Infinite Warfare' Ship Assault Demo

"Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare" is still left with a couple of months prior to its release. And despite the hate it received, Activision's upcoming title still managed to acquire some applause during the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3). And yes, the studio along with Infinity Ward unveiled a demo of the game's ship assault. By the look of it, it is quite interesting.

According to iDigitalTimes, a "Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare" demo video (of nearly 8 minutes) was showcased during E3. It revealed the supposed gameplay of the forthcoming game, focusing on a combat in space. There were even shots of military bases and space-bound aircrafts located in Switzerland.

It should also be noted that "Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare" developer Infinity Ward has tapped the help of "Game of Thrones" actor Kit Harrington. The titular actor, who is known for playing Jon Snow in the popular T.V. Series, will play as the game's lead villain.

But of course, the studio is more than just the narrative story of the game. The "Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare" assault ship demo along proves the kind of combat scenes Infinity Ward can make.

In the video, the players starts in Geneva, Switzerland. This happens after the Settlement Defense Front, which is led by Harrington's character, attacks the Earth. From there, the rest is history -- it goes up to space, taking the fight on a place with no oxygen.

One of the biggest elements in "Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare" is the side missions. According to VentureBeat, these kinds of missions offer two benefits -- the narrative and the mechanical. Side missions provide players with cool stuff such as weaponry and/or equipment upgrades. Aside from that, it gives more world building.

"Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare" is slated for a November 4 release this year. The game is currently being developed by Infinity Ward, while Activision will play the role of the publisher.

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