Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare may soon feature additional microtransactions. The feedback among players is interesting but it seems the game publisher and developer are already setting up the feature.
Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare - Duty Points Leak
Recently, Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare COD Points was recently listed on the PlayStation Store but was pulled out several hours after its posting. There are also reports that the latest COD installment was updated with a COD Points icon that is visible only when offline play is turned off. The CP is icon can be seen in the COD Head's-up display (HUD).
COD Points - How Much Would They Cost?
No rate has been announced yet for COD: Infinite Warfare but it may be similar to another COD game, Black Ops III. The minimum CP is 200 which could be bought for around $2 while the largest single CP package is 13,000 which will cost around $100, according to Power Gaming.
COD: Infinite Warfare Player's Reaction
Reactions from Infinite Warfare players are varied. Some are concerned that the latest COD installment will become a play to win game. This means that only players willing to upgrade using real world cash are the ones likely to win in matches. COD: Infinite Warfare does feature supply drops but it has yet to be clarified if the weapons and items bought by CP points are exclusive.
So far, game publisher Activision and developer Infinity Ward have not made any official announcement about the CP Points in Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare. But it seems confirmed that they preparing the ground works for microtransactions. It's one way to make money and many game developers are using this feature.
The success of microtransactions in COD: Infinite Warfare however, will ultimately depend on its players. It is highly doubtful that Activision and Infinity Ward can force players to part with their money if they do not want to. On the other hand, players can get a lot of in-game weapons and items much quicker for a price.