Review Of The Latest Game 'Call Of Duty: Infinite Warfare'
Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare is to a great extent situated in space and a not decent offer considering the past portions of the franchise. The majority of the game critics thinks that it's boring.
Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare released this fourth after the huge accomplishments of first person shooters like Battlefield 1 and Titanfall 2. Both of the games were as anticipated, beyond the expectations of gamers. The trailer of both COD 13 and Battlefield 1 released in the same period of time. Fans started to decide which of the games would be better from that moment itself.
Obviously the Battlefield 1 teaser came after Call of duty's and it got the better recognition. But Hardcore fans of the franchise still waited to play the game, yet got nothing different and felt bored on gameplay.
Even with the inclusion of Kit Harrington (Game of Thrones fame) as the villain in space, the diversion did not convey the distinction or a thriller the establishment was in critical need of. The multiplayer was the same, the maps feel strangely commonplace, no new exciting game modes and the weapons framework is essentially the same with new attire.
The reason Battlefield 1 is an exemplar of success is the diversity and spontaneity Dice manages to deliver every time they make a game. The war we play in Call of Duty infinite Warfare is very similar to every other recent released COD's from Infinity Ward.
The positives of the game however are its bold step to take the gameplay to space. Even though we did play some gravity less groundless action in other COD games, this one is mostly based in space. Better visuals and action are also good experiences the gameplay gives us. The story line is also something that keeps it all together. But remember this is not a movie, it's a GAME!.
If you are planning to get Call Of Duty: Infinite Warfare keep in mind its just the same taste with a different shell. Yes, it's a go for if your console is out of new game stages.