Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare (Multiplayer Hands-On Impressions)

Activision and Infinity Ward will release Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare this November.

Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare
is coming to PC, PS4 and Xbox One on November 4, 2016. BioGamer Girl was lucky enough to be invited to Los Angeles, California to experience everything Infinite Warfare's multiplayer experience had to offer before the official kick-off of Call of Duty XP.

Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare
takes place in an entirely new setting blasting players into the outer limits of space with new zero gravity environments and mechanics. Infinite Warfare has been in development for three years which has allowed the team to tweak all of the various levels of the multiplayer experience making it more complex than ever before.

Every year, fans get to experience a new release in the Call of Duty franchise, but rarely do the changes stray too much from the original formula. This year's title sticks to its military roots with the classic war story focused on grand scale warfare. The mechanics integrated over the last few years (sliding, wall-running and aerial movements) make their return alongside fan-favorite game modes.

Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare has added several new advanced tools to help you in battle that includes combat rigs, high-tech equipment and prototype weapons. There are six different rigs or combat suits that can be utilized during multiplayer combat. Every rig has the ability to be customized through different payloads and traits alongside cosmetic variations. The six combat rigs are Warfighter (Mobile Mid-Range), Merc (Defensive Player), FTL (Guerilla Tactics), Stryker (Tactical Team Player), Phantom (Sniper Stealth), and Synaptic (Run-and-Gun). Gamers will be able to join one of the four mission teams to level up and earn exclusive rewards and content. Mission Teams are based on the caliber of the player with each team having their own unique challenges and personality.

The environments in Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare have been designed to encourage combat engagement with maps that span across the dark depths of the solar system. The beautifully illustrated worlds feature the cityscape of Japan, giant space station, a rogue asteroid and the dark caves of Titan. Players are given a wide array of equipment with the Pick 10 element with plausible tech, like Seeker and Black Hole grenades. Infinite Warfare also brings back old scorestreaks (UAV and Counter UAV) and new ones alongside fun new combat options. Players now have the ability to call upon the armed robot R-C8 to watch your back or completely destroy the competition.

All-in-all, Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare is taking players into an entirely new galaxy and is already shaping up to be another out of this world hit for the popular Call of Duty franchise. Stay tuned over the coming weeks for more details on Infinite Warfare and our other exclusive coverage from Call of Duty XP. To learn more, visit the official Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare website.

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