Call of Duty Infinite Warfare: New Official Trailer Released
Activision has officially released the story trailer for Call of Duty Infinite Warfare. It provides a look into what players will experience in the single-player campaign when the game releases in less than two months. Military backstabbing, global warfare that reaches out to space stations, and a substantial amount of... warfare (duh). If you're familiar with how the official announcement for the game went back in May, you'll know it received more negative attention than almost anything you can imagine.
In fact, the only thing outranking it on Most Disliked YouTube Videos is Justin Bieber's song titled "Baby". Since the Story Trailer was posted, and at the time of writing, the video has received roughly 36,000 likes and 10,000 dislikes (a big difference compared to the official Reveal Trailer with almost 531,000 likes and 3,252,000 dislikes). There's a couple million voters who obviously haven't clocked in to submit an opinion, but for the foreseeable future it appears the Story Trailer won't take off as a social media disliking trend.
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If you get too distracted from all the enticing and dramatic scenes to fully understand the plot; Activision submitted a description summarizing what you see in the trailer. It reads:
"After a simultaneous surprise attack on UNSA forces in Geneva and the Moon Port Gateway, Lt. Nick Reyes must take the helm of the Retribution, one of Earth’s last remaining warships. In a time of unthinkable adversity, Reyes must lead his trusted crew against the relentless Settlement Defense Front’s plans to dominate all who oppose them.
The freedom of every citizen of Earth is at stake."
Call of Duty Infinite Warfare releases November 4, 2016, and an early beta will be playable October 14, 2016, first on PS4 (with Xbox One beta coming later), for those who pre-order the game.