Call of Duty is one of those game franchises that churns out annual editions of its game but still captivates the interest of video-game enthusiasts around the world with its releases. Now, the series has come up with its latest entry - Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare, which is now available for retail worldwide in stores as well as digitally.
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The game has been released on Windows PC, PS4, and Xbox One. In terms of storage size, users will need between 44.6GB to 53.6GB of free on the PS4 to install the game while on the Xbox One, they'll need 52.1GB of free space to install Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare. A day one patch to fix stability issues is out as well, weighing in at roughly 6GB. Though there were no perceptible changes on the PS4 version we played.
In our review of the game, we found the single-player campaign to be "entertaining enough to keep well worn gameplay mechanics from getting stale," while we found that the multiplayer component of the game and its monetisation model to be glaring points of concern.
If you purchase the Legacy, Legacy Pro or Digital Deluxe Edition you will also receive a copy of remastered version of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare.
"We began three years ago with the goal to push ourselves in an all-new direction and take players to places they've never been before. In Infinite Warfare, we're telling a classic war story of good vs. evil, and adding an epic backdrop that lets us introduce a ton of innovative gameplay," Studio Head of game's developer Infinity Ward Dave Stohl was quoted as saying in company's release.
Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare might prove to be one of the most crucial entries for the game series in recent times, as the Activision franchise has been facing serious competition from Battlefield One, the latest instalment of the rival game franchise from EA. The war, in figurative terms, between the latest entries from both franchises started right from the time when gameplay trailers for both games came out. The Infinite Warfare trailer received highly negative feedback from fans as it was downvoted in huge numbers on YouTube.
Contrastingly, Battlefield One created a positive buzz for its gameplay and was upvoted in large numbers. As the two franchises have been facing-off against each other for a long time, comparisons were drawn almost immediately. However, the game should not be discarded as we have earlier pointed out that single-player campaign shows promise with space combat, elements of exploration, and some interesting set-pieces.
"Infinite Warfare is hands-down the best story campaign we've had in years and is a leap forward in the fluid, fast-paced action that Call of Duty fans know and love," CEO of Activision Eric Hirshberg was quoted as saying in company's release.
Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare game has been available for pre-order in India since September and can be bought from websites like Amazon and Flipkart as well.
You can check out the PC system requirements for Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare over here.