This looks amazing as there is now 4K gameplay video of the latest Call of Duty game to enjoy.
I never thought I'd say I'm stoked to play a Call of Duty game again, but I'm stoked. Additionally, I can finally stop ignoring my Call of Duty friends from nearly a decade ago.
The word is the company is so excited and confident in this edition that they skipped E3 to save money and focus on it more. Only now are people getting a wide look at it at the L.A. World League this week.
Or cuz Sony has marketing rights for it and they weren’t present at E3?
Except they were at e3. They just didn’t have a public showing.
They were at E3 just not on the main floor. Sony has first look but Activision markets it.
the sound design here is top fucking notch
Shake, rattle, and roll.
I'm talking about nothing more than sound here, It's a step up for COD that's for sure buts the sound still ain't up to the BFs sound design.
I'm probably alone on this, but I'd rather have Infinite Warfare 2 than a slightly prettier version of the same game they've been making for decades. Still looks good though.
Youre not alone my dude But tbh id rather CoD keep doing this and then have another Titanfall game to go along with it. But since Titanfall is nowhere to be found, yeah id love a new infinite warfare. Maybe next year! This game does look extremely good though. There's nothing to really rip on - they seem to be doing everything right. New engine, better graphics, dedicated servers, a single player campaign, no zombie mode, etc etc
Gameplay reminds me so much of MOH:Warfighter
Man, I loved Medal of Honour. Great FPS games.
I am coming around on this game. Its the new modes that have me more excited. Seeing the more standard games I am less excited as it seems samey even with the nice visuals and audio.
Haven't been interested in a COD since 3, but this has my interest, just waiting on singleplayer footage to make up my mind
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