Call Of Duty releases a new game every year since 2005, and it looks like that train isn’t stopping for the future years to come. I have been playing Call of Duty ever since Modern Warfare and Roads to Victory dropped in 2007 personally, because I love the series. People including myself love the old CoD’s, because they were very simple and awarding with it’s unique leveling-up system and experience. Many vocal leaders of the Youtube Call of Duty community have been fighting the future, because of specific reasons that seem reasonable like supply drops and exo suits. Battlefield 1 has listen to it's fans of its franchise and the FPS community by releasing a boots on the ground game with a early 1900’s environment, but for us CoD fans we get to keep going to the future with Space!
Activision has multiple developers for their Call of Duty universe and this is Infinity Ward's third franchise as they have made the legendary Modern Warfare trilogy and the lackluster Ghost in 2013. I wouldn’t have any pros or cons of Infinite Warfare if the trailer hadn’t have came out weeks ago, even though we have no actual multiplayer gameplay to dissect. The one thing that every CoD game does right is make excellent trailers for their spectacular campaigns that stunned it’s audience with it’s reaching gameplay and visuals. Infinite Warfare has a modern warfare meets battlefront vibe in which looks like FUN! The only thing that scares me with this campaign is something that the last Infinity Ward game focus on and that is the trade-out of dogs for robots. I want my old cast of teammates instead of robots and dogs.
I can’t believe that Infinite Warfare will be the second game outside of Treyarch and Sledgehammer to feature zombies. Infinity Ward will definitely follow Sledgehammer's zombies, by making their version different even though most fans thought that Exo Zombies was meh and nothing can compete with Call of Duty: Black Ops Zombies. Zombies has been the best feature of CoD after the first six online multiplayer games, because multiplayer hasn’t change much besides the fact that you can jump higher and the challenge has depreciated. Infinite Warfare could possibly have us the players killing zombies all over the galaxy, which would make for some new and refreshing gameplay. Treyarch has definitely slack on its easter egg for Zetsubou No Shima, but other than that map their easter eggs rule unlike Sledgehammer which had a basic story and easy set-up. Just no time travel!
I like the exo suits and thrusters in Black Ops 3 or Advanced Warfare, but I don’t love it. I as a gamer adapt to any obstacle in a game, so that I can enjoy it even more. Boots on the ground gameplay is more honest to the feel of war, as exos are intense and thrusters are the mix of both. The main reason that boots on the ground could face is camping and slow paced gaming in which would hurt a couple of fans. The main reason why many fans do not like exo suits is because within thirty seconds of a match the other team is already behind and spawning near you. Recent news has confirm that thrusters will return for Infinite Warfare.