Items tagged with call of duty: infinite warfare

Could it be? A new leak suggests that the next installment in the Call of Duty franchise is indeed going back to its World War II roots. This will be welcome news to gamers that have become tired of the futuristic atmosphere of recent releases, most notably Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare. A series of images show posters for the game, Call of Duty WWII, which will launch later this year. The most interesting of the images appears to show Allied soldiers storming the beaches of Normandy — a horrific sequence of events that was vividly (and gruesomely) captured in the movie Saving Private Ryan. Other images allegedly show proposed steelbook case designs for the game. Although nothing is officially... Read more...
The wait for Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare is down to about a month, though in the meantime, the game's retail packaging for the PlayStation 4 gives us something interesting to talk about. Apparently the game, which comes with a digital code to download a remastered version of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, will consume 130GB of storage space if installing the entire kit-and-caboodle. A picture of the box art shows the storage requirement, which is for both titles combined. It's not entirely clear how much space each individual takes up (we'll do some math in a moment), just that the two combined will eat up 130GB of storage. That requirement's been gaining a lot of buzz on the Internet, though... Read more...
Hate is alive and well in the online community. If companies, movies studios or even game studios put out a product that ticks off the wrong group of people, the backlash can come swiftly. We saw that earlier this week as the new Ghostbusters reboot became the most disliked movie trailer in YouTube history. Now, gamers are drinking gallons of Haterade to express their displeasure with the Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare trailer that debuted on Monday. Like we saw with the Ghostbusters trailer, the online community organized a massive “dislike” campaign to trash the upcoming “sci-fi” title. As of this writing, the reveal trailer has nearly 9.2 million views, almost 202,000 likes and a whopping... Read more...
Sun Tzu in his work The Art of War claimed that a warrior should always know their enemy, however he probably did not anticipate anyone screaming at each other through a headset and a computer monitor. Regardless, Infinity Ward just released a a new trailer, in a similar vein, entitled “Know Your Enemy” for Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare.  Infinity Ward first announced the game in late March. They stated that Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare would examine space combat in a "full on sci-fi" setting in the "very far future". Previous Call of Duty games explored futuristic topics, in particular Black OPs 3 and Advanced Warfare, however this game promises to incorporate these themes to a... Read more...