Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare Multiplayer details revealed (Watch Video)

Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare Multiplayer details revealed (Watch Video)

Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare Multiplayer details revealed (Watch Video)

Written by Staff Writer

03 Sep, 2016 | 7:14 am

Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare drops on November 4,  The multiplayer mode was unveiled at the event, and we’ve got all the info for you. You can watch the Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare multiplayer reveal trailer and play the multiplayer beta, playable first on PlayStation 4, on October 14.

 As you know, this one is set in the near future and has some pretty great tech, new maps and the ability to craft base and prototype weapons for the first time ever. We heard from Dave Stohl, Studio Lead at Infinity Ward and Joe Cecot, the multiplayer designer, who gave us an in-depth look at all the new combat rigs, maps, weapons and mechanics, as well as a detailed video with all the stats. We’ll break each part of the presentation down for you.
“Infinite Warfare multiplayer combines a fluid momentum-based movement system, player-focused map design, deep customization and a brand-new combat system to create an intense gameplay experience where every second counts. With a focus on rewarding different play styles, allowing players to earn and craft unique weapons and outfit themselves with all-new tech and equipment. Infinite Warfare offers the player more choices and more freedom than ever before.”

This was the focus of what we were told. Players are given a huge number of choices before you even start the game in terms of their combat rig, weapons and boosts to help them take over the maps. We’ll get into the specifics.

“At the center of it all is the all-new combat rig, built around six distinct styles of play. Each rig is outfitted with three distinct payloads, designed to boost player effectiveness and lethality in combat, as well as three unique, persistent perks called ‘traits.’ Players will select one payload and one trait to use in combination to create different play styles to bring into the fight.”

Players can choose from six combat rigs (view images in the gallery below). Merc is about defense and heavy suppression. FTL is about experimental tech, built around guerrilla tactics. Stryker is for squad support. Warfighter is about a mobile mid-range style of combat. (They talked about the Warfighter as the typical Call of Duty warrior.) Phantom specializes in concealment and long range engagement. Synoptic is optimized for speed and close quarter combat.

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