Last we saw from Call Of Duty: Infinite Warfare we had some new gameplay for the game to show off how the combat will flow. This also happened to come out around the same time that Infinity Ward was sitting in a room explaining to fans just how the cinematic world will play out and be enjoyed. Seemed a bit off given the timing but now it seems that Activision is going to fix that as we have a new trailer for the upcoming addition to the Call Of Duty franchise that shows off a bit of the story and just how these scenes will play out. Hopefully you guessed it will be a lot like before just with some better graphics.
Below you can see a small scene that takes place after one of the major attacks we will fight in for Call Of Duty: Infinite Warfare. In fact, it looks like the protagonist we will be playing as will be getting a promotion in rank given the events and such. That and that there is more of a showing that the enemy here may not be human of origin. Of course this is me reading into the statements of "we need to protect Earth" and that each member of the team is donning a different country's flag on the sleeve. Again this could be reading too much into things and just a bit of odd phrasing.
Have a look at the new trailer for Call Of Duty: Infinite Warfare now and see if you see the same things that I did. Then sit back and wait as the game gets ready to launch on the PS4, Xbox One, and PC on November 4th. That is unless the game is hit with some very unforeseen delays but given the timeline that is always being hit for the franchise I think that is something we won't have to worry about. Now to go knock on some wood to make sure that doesn't happen now that I said it and you read it.
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Are you impressed with the cinematography being used here for Call Of Duty: Infinite Warfare? Do you see the otherworldly enemy aspect as I do or do you think it is just how they are wording things? Are you all that surprised that we are going to see cut scenes similar to what we had before or were you expecting something different? Let us know and feel free to discuss down in the comments. For more on Call Of Duty in all of its forms, be sure to stay right here as we will keep bringing you more as it all comes out. Hopefully a lot more soon.