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Call Of Duty: Infinite Warfare: The Kotaku Review

2016-11-08  Hottest     Source: 未知  
Another year, another trio of divergent games united under the banner of a single Call of Duty release. It's this triple-pronged approach that allows Infinite Warfare to advance the series while simultaneously standing still. Call of Duty h

Another year, another trio of divergent games united under the banner of a single Call of Duty release. It's this triple-pronged approach that allows Infinite Warfare to advance the series while simultaneously standing still.

Call of Duty has come a long way since Infinity Ward launched the first game back in 2003. The first several instalments in the first-person shooter series focused on World War II before beginning the slow march towards modern combat and beyond.

Fans hoping for a return to historical settings following the futuristic follies of Advanced Warfare and Black Ops III were disappointed when it was revealed that Infinity Ward's next turn at combat would be set in humanity's far-flung space-faring future. That's a real pity, because Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare's best moments come when it fully embraces its futuristic setting. If only it happened beyond the game's single-player campaign.

In the distant future, dwindling resources and population growth have caused humanity to band together and expand into space, establishing colonies and resource harvesting stations across the solar system. Rather than working together for the sake of establishing humanity's place in the universe, a militant group called the Settlement Liberation Front (SDF) has raised an army with the intent of seizing control of just about everything from the United Nations Space Alliance (UNSA) and its military protectors, the Solar Associated Treaty Organisation (SATO).

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