Space, the final frontier, will be one of the battlegrounds players can expect to do battle upon according to this reveal trailer. Infinite Warfare will launch on November 4th, 2016.
Call of Duty has often been criticized for not doing enough to freshen up the series. Perhaps that is true, but if the reveal trailer for Infinite Warfare released today has anything to say about the latest entry, it's that it will have at least one interesting experiment: space battles.
That's right. In wake of the absence of craft-to-craft combat in Star Wars: Battlefront, Infinity Ward appears to want to take on space battle in the upcoming Call of Duty installment: Infinite Warfare.
Taking a look at the footage in the header (or on YouTube), we can assume at the very least that there will be space battles in the single-player campaign. Whether this will be an on-rails segment like many previous vehicle segments in Call of Duty games is unclear based upon the trailer itself. We can assume, however, that if it does become a part of the multiplayer we may be up for some serious overhaul of the Call of Duty formula.
Fans of the Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare can also look forward to a remaster of the original game that served as a template for every Call of Duty afterward. Both Call of Duty: Modern Warfare - Remastered and Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare will be launched on November 4th, 2016. Anyone who preorders Infinite Warfare Legacy Edition will receive both games.