Call Of Duty: Infinite Warfare Will Receive New Mission Team Feature Addition

Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare is not considered to be as successful as compared to the iterations that came before it, especially if we talk about multiplayer, however the developer is still motivated to support it. The new Mission Teams could possibly be added together with its new paid DLC.

One YouTuber that goes by the username Rdlokr has made a discovery about an interesting video that has a connection with something that is known as Blood Anvil. He is the person that appeared in the video wearing a body armor that has a team name embedded in it, and he said to the camera that everything that has led the player to the situation including all the missions and killing will bring the player to them.

Mission Teams are a part of Infinite Warfare's multiplayer. It functions as factions that could be leveled up, and it can give different rewards to players upon completing certain challenges. There are rumors about a new formed team that will be a team for this strategic game.

Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare is considered to be the one of the most acclaimed games in 2016 since its players are constantly looking for new updates related to the game. It may receive new updates about its new missions soon. The discovery of this led fans to believe that might come as a free DLC or it could be a paid content from its official site, according to Gaming Bolt.

There are many hackers that have already unveiled a set of logos that are intended for the Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare. These logos showed similar styles and dimensions similar to the actual mission that teams have currently featured within this game. Although there are speculations about a new team, a video has put an end to these rumors since it introduced a new team. It also made a confirmation about how players may possibly get their hands on these new team members upon the arrival of the update.

 

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