Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare game review

819JcHBQGL. AC SL1500  793x1024 Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare

Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare delivers something for every Call of Duty fan with three unique game modes: Campaign, Multiplayer, and Zombies. Delivering a rich and engaging narrative in a setting unlike anything to date in a Call of Duty game, the campaign is a return to the franchise’s gritty, military roots throughout new environments never before seen in the franchise. The player will embark on a classic war story about grand scale warfare; all set in a grounded future where human conflict has spread throughout our solar system. Multiplayer brings ground-breaking gameplay innovations to deliver the deepest and most engaging Call of Duty experience to date. The title introduces stunning, never before seen, multi-planetary environments, new weaponry, and all-new player abilities to Call of Duty. In addition, the new cooperative zombies experience will thrill players with an original direction featuring fun and unique gameplay, all wrapped into an entertaining narrative sure to excite fans.

There’s like 20 different versions of this, I bought the one that was just the Base Game, which comes with ‘zombie mode’, which I really thought I would be more interested in than I ended up being. The main game of Infinity War is pretty good, they’ve finally gotten off planet and are doing things that are interesting again, unfortunately the devs have said that the fanbase didn’t react well enough to the Space / Future setting, so this apparently will be the last game in that particular direction. It was odd to play a FPS that didn’t have a minimap or threat indicator, all the main game had was a splash of blood in the general direction that you’re receiving damage from, which isn’t as helpful as I could hope for.

I really enjoyed the story and characters of the Mars v Earth conflict, there’s ample opportunity to flesh it out much more, I’m happy I got what I did out of it. The visuals were absolutely amazing and the audio design was on point as well.

Zombie mode was a let down, I thought it would be more better bigly, but it turns out to be just a single map and zombies that get progressively stronger and faster. I’m not going to put in the hours it’ll take me to unlock some of the most basic weapons, so I was stuck with a wimpy shotgun and ww1 rifle. There isn’t much of a weapons progression and the zombie experience is frustrating after the first hour or so.

I didn’t touch the multiplayer mode, I have no desire to have my butt handed to me by 10 year old children.

  • Leave a Comment




    Advertisements Alcohol Animated Images Art Awesome Things Batman Cars Comic Books Computers Cosplay Cute As Hell Animals Dark Humor Donald Trump Fantasy - Science Fiction Fashion Food Forum Fodder Gaming Humor Interesting LOLcats Military Movie Posters Movies Music Nature NeSFW Politics Religion Sad :( Science! Sexy Space Sports Star Trek Star Wars Technology Television Vertical Wallpaper Visual Tricks Wallpaper Weapons Women WTF X-Mas