Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare trailer drops, space battles ahoy!

May 6, 2016 — by Manish "Trigger-Happy" Rajesh0

So the Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare trailer recently hit YouTube and it looks like this time the warfare is going to space. Yep, space. You can ride spacecrafts while you shoot stuff now. Yay. The trailer also reveals that the game will hit stores on November 4, 2016.

Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare

Activision will continue to churn out Call of Duty’s every year, as usual. But what’s got people excited about this one is what you get along with Call of duty: Infinite Warfare . A remastered version of the original Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare will be coming bundled up with special editions of Call of duty: Infinite Warfare. And according to the Modern Warfare FAQ on Activision’s support page, the only way to get the remastered Call of Duty: Modern Warfare is to get yourself a pre-ordered copy of Call of duty: Infinite Warfare .

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The FAQ confirms various other queries relating to Modern Warfare that players might have. The remastered version will feature ten multiplayer maps, and your progress from the original Modern Warfare will not carry over to the remastered version.

Activision is preying on the nostalgia of Call of Duty fans by bundling up the remastered version with its latest installment in the franchise. So even if you don’t happen to be interested in the latest Call of Duty, say you’re not very into space, maybe you’re just not interested in zero-gravity gunfights, or perhaps you’re afraid of spaceships, whatever be the reason. If you want the remastered version of Modern Warfare, you’re going to have to buy Infinite Warfare. The idea of piggybacking games on another has been happening for a while now, even more so since Xbox One’s backwards compatibility was announced. The remastered version of Modern Warfare comes bundled only with the Legacy Edition, the Digital Legacy Edition, the Digital Deluxe Edition, and the Legacy Pro Edition of Infinite Warfare. As for the pricing goes, the Xbox Standard Edition of the game will cost you Rs.4,300 whereas the Digital Deluxe Edition that includes a Season Pass and an unannounced in-game digital gift along with Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered will cost you Rs.6,690. There’s also a Digital Legacy Edition which is available for Rs.5,350 which includes everything from the Digital Deluxe Edition except for the season pass. 



Manish "Trigger-Happy" Rajesh

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