Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare Announced

Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare Announced

Presumably that's not the length of the campagin.

pocru by pocru on May 02, 2016 @ 11:08 AM (Staff Bios)
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Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare has been announced. By a trailer. You can see the trailer yourself below.



So it’s Call of Duty, except set in space. You fight against, as well as alongside, robots. You pilot spaceships. Presumably you get on a pair of jet-skis and fly magnificently over a shark. The video also announced Call of Duty 4: Remaster, a remake of the first Modern Warfare game, because it’s actually been that long since Call of Duty has been interesting or exciting. God, now I feel old.

Anyway, if you weren’t feeling old and cynical enough as-is (and I’m not the only one who feels this way, judging by the 22k thumbs down this video has over YouTube), yes, this game has a whole host of ‘special editions’ you need a spreadsheet to figure out. There’s your base game, then there’s the Legacy edition and the digital Legacy edition, both of which include the Call of Duty 4: Remastered thing, and that’s priced at $79.99. If you want all that, plus the season pass, you’ll want the Digital Deluxe Edition, $99.99. And finally, for $119.99, you get the Legacy Pro edition, which gets you the two games, the season pass, a steel case box, Digital items, and the soundtrack.

It’ll be out November 4th of this year, so, if you’re excited, all the more power to you. As for me, I need to think back on what I’ve been doing with myself. This… this is what old people must feel all the time…

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