It all adds up to the finest Call of Duty game yet, and it comes from the riskiest package. By and large, Call of Duty’s Warfare line has always maintained the slightest bit grounded, never quite leaping into the distant future by this much...But the leap is a success, underachieving tradition of Michael Bay films be damned.
This year, we really thought Call of Duty Warfare Infinite was going to get crushed by Battlefield 1 and Titanfall 2, but the game manages to be a great episode, with a single player campaign worthy of interest and a well-rounded and fun to play multiplayer. You can believe us, it's a good one.
Simply one of the best games I've ever played, I absolutely loved it and there's many more people like me who love this game, ignore the others, play what you wanna play and if this review can sway your decision on that then I highly recommend you to play it
The last good cod. Looks good, easy to run. Fresh and new gameplay vs other cods. One of the best campaigns with good mechanics. This and MW2 are the paragons of what each of them does best. If you took the best from both you would have the best cod.
Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare succeeds in most aspects of a solid sci-fi shooter. However, a lackluster and rushed story takes away from what could have been a full and complete campaign mode. Luckily where the story lacks, the gameplay and solid mechanics Call of Duty deliver.
Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare does little to really push the series forward in a meaningful way, beyond the addition of space combat. Although well written and acted, its story is still too binary and lacks the subtlety of real-life geopolitical conflict. Amazing, its short campaign can feel too long in places, and its stop-and-start pace suffers in comparison to its shooter peers. Multiplayer and Zombie modes fare better, and for many players, that will be good enough.
Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare does just enough to stay above the curve and somewhat make up for the appropriately soulless Ghosts. The zombies team did an incredible job with Spaceland, and the multiplayer still ticks all of the right boxes with an ample locomotion system that has since been surpassed by Titanfall. But if you were expecting anything totally new, including the non-inventive space campaign, look elsewhere.
An assemblage of hits and misses, that's the measure of this year's Call of Duty. I could say something about publisher Ubisoft pulling back from its annualized Assassin's Creed franchise, or how even Doctor Who gets a break. But it's probably simplest to remind that it's shooter season, and this year, the alternatives are formidable.
This game sadly came at the time where CoD fans were tired of the futuristic theme. But it wasn't that bad. Campaign had great content. Multiplayer wasn't bad but it wasn't good either. Just a mediocre multiplayer experience. Zombies was great
SummaryInfinite Warfare is the first game in the franchise to venture beyond the reaches of Earth, framing a plausible future war in our solar system. Infinite Warfare also introduces an original cooperative Zombies mode that takes players on a wild ride through a new storyline with unique gameplay features and mechanics. [Infinity Ward]