Before the second day of the Call of Duty Experience (CoD XP) began, the world was given a little bit of a treat with yet another futuristic call of duty game’s multiplayer. While game designers swear that it has a more fluid 3-dimensional movement system, maps designed around proven playability and the most customizable and thorough class system yet we are left with one question: Is it worth it just to get Call of Duty 4?
They answered this question well. Call of Duty 4 will have all 16 maps remastered. For now, let’s take a look at the Infinite Warfare Multiplayer trailer.
Beta will begin October 14th, one week after the Battlefield 1 beta concludes. Gamers who have pre-ordered Infinite Warfare will get early access to the beta. Additionally, Activision announced that Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered, which is included with the Legacy Edition (80-90 usd) of Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare, will now feature all 16 multiplayer maps instead of 10. It will launch with 10 maps, while the six additional maps will be added as free downloadable content in December.
Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare is due out for all systems on November 4th of this year, right in time for the holiday season. The big question is whether it is worth paying 90 dollars for a game that should have been reverse compatible to start with. Or.. as rumors go, is Infinite Warfare so bad that they have to throw in an extra game that the industry wants to see. What will this do for the competitive arena next season? Will we see MW4 on the main stage at CoD XP 2017? We’ll find out next year.
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