Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare (2016)

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Returns to the roots of the franchise where large-scale war and cinematic, immersive military storytelling take center stage.


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9 March 2017 | ace_ryan
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| Unfair hatred for a decent game
I'm going to start off by saying those who badmouth this game because it's set in the future and in space and use that as their excuse for hating the game are pathetic and acting childish. This game gained an unfair reputation when it was revealed as being the most disliked trailer of all time and most of the dislike was because of the setting, I've wanted Call of Duty to go to the Korean War but I don't go throwing my toys out the cot and having a tantrum, hitting the dislike button because it wasn't set then. If you just block out the hatred, sit down, boot up the game and play it you'll find it really isn't the worst video game ever made as everyone was making it out to be. The campaign is a different experience to ones we've had previously taking cues from Black Ops II four years previously but going with a semi- open galaxy campaign allowing you to fight on foot on different planets, strap into a Jackal and engage in Star Wars-style dogfights or boarding a SetDef capital ship to sabotage it or eliminate high ranking officers with the weapon customisation from Black Ops II and III also available before each mission. Multiplayer admittedly is a little underwhelming with only one or two minor additions from Black Ops III but it's still enjoyable, not better than say Black Ops II (the game I think had the best multiplayer experience of the franchise) but still playable. This game's zombies mode is also very enjoyable, while the Black Ops series version was dark and took itself quite seriously while still holding onto the absurdity of it and Advanced Warfare embraced the twist of having zombies as agile as you, Infinite Warfare zombies is goofy and colourful with some great challenges and the same weapon customisation as Black Ops III. The zombies themselves look so grotesque it's great, the detail on everything is astonishing and it brings new twists on the normal Call of Duty zombies formula that truly tests all types of zombies players. I've been a fan of the franchise for over 10 years and honestly I don't care when the franchise is set, there are conflicts and eras I'd like to visit in a CoD game granted but as long as I can fight enemies in first person no matter what they are I'm satisfied, I'm certainly proud to be one of the fans that is remaining loyal to the franchise and not dropping it because it's becoming "less and less like what it used to be"

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