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Sep 19, 2016 10:28 AM EDT

'Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare' Trailer: Activision Stars Kit Harington As Villain

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The full HD trailer has been posted by Activision in the official "Call of Duty" channel on YouTube, showcasing the character named Admiral Kotch, a Settlement Defense Front nationalist who wants to erase all opponents of the new establishment, which is played by Harrington.  

Activision is trying its hardest just to get back the trust and the support from gamers around the world in their new game "Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare". In their newly released trailer, Kit Harrington from the famous TV series "Game of Thrones" is heard to voice act the villain and by far, the gaming community seems to like it, according to CinemaBlend.

The whole video talks about how the SDF, being isolated and bitter over being driven mad, manage to have their leaders moving and turn to the citizens of the Earth for revenge. All-out war is to be faced by players who will play the role of Captain Reyes, a soldier who unintentionally ends up commanding a ship with a small number of soldiers ready for war.

In the game, Admiral Koch manages to get rid of all the military power of the Earth and attempts to take command in their space shuttle ports, however Reyes and few of the last operable ships called the Retribution, are there to stop them.

One of the most popular gaming critic site, a lot of game players and fans are anticipating the idea that Activision will not evolve from its sci-fi setting for four years now, but apparently this mindset has been changed and most gamers are forgiving the company and in turn, gives the company a chance to let them experience once again the hype that this game will provide. The game is to be released on November for PS4. Xbox One and PC, Screenrant reported. 

 

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