The Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare trailer dropped a couple weeks ago, and ever since its announcement, the game has become the butt of many gamers' jokes. That's not to say the series hasn't had it's detractors in the past, but Activision's decision to, once again, make another futuristic shooter has prompted a larger than usual outcry from both fans and critics alike. Whether it's the addition of a campaign in space, or the fact that the Modern Warfare remaster is only available on the more expensive $80 "Legacy Edition" Bundle, Infinite Warfare appears to be the most controversial title in the Call of Duty franchise thus far...and it hasn't even released yet.
However, let's not be so quick to call it the "Worst Call of Duty Ever." First of all, even if you think it looks terrible, you can't judge an end product until it's come to market. Secondly, it's feasibly impossible for it to be the worst entry in the franchise to begin with. To put things in perspective, and maybe help you end up appreciating Infinite Warfare a little more, let's look at some of the absolute worst ports in the franchise that qualify substantially more as "Worst Call of Duty Ever."