'Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare' Gets New Look And Big Updates, Update Fixed key Issues?By Erwin Castro, UniversityHerald Reporter
"Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare", the action-packed game is getting some big boost this week. Publishing giant Activision Blizzard and Infinity Ward have just released the patch notes of the latest "Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare" update, detailing changes made for the multiplayer mode and the Zombies in Spaceland.
On the multiplayer side, a couple of housecleaning bits were added, such as Infected, Hardcore Free for All and Hardcore Kill Confirmed. However, they removed the Hardcore Defender from the playlist for Xbox and PS4 gamers.
According to Gamespot, the upcoming big update deal primarily with the game's multiplayer mode, updating Scorestreak. The fixes now provide team score based on where the user is located. Additionally, the Volks has also been nerfed, taking less damage at range and making more recoil when aiming down sights, but less accurate when fired from the hip.
In addition to the multiplayer mode and Scorestreak, the update also made some important changes and addressed key issues for the Zombies in Spaceland mode.
For Zombies in Spaceland, they added a weapon rank upgrade splash when weapon reaches a new rank. They fixed it where the game doesn't end in the solo mode if The Hoff is active. The developers also fixed an exploit where players can double jump after respawning from dying. And then, they fixed an XP exploit where players who played both CP and MP would get increased XP gains.
Meanwhile, an even more detailed patch notes for the PC version of the game have been shared on Steam, where Infinity Ward has posted a huge list of modifications and tweaks in the changelog for Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare.
The shared Steam post includes information not just on general gameplay fixes, but also PC-only changes like the addition of an option to support mouse input.
Developers want to make sure that the latest patch will arrive just in time for the double XP weekend, which will be started from November 18 to November 21. For developers, this is not just about updating the game, it's a kind of an early Thanksgiving gift for all their loyal Call of Duty fans.
The "Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare" is currently available on PS4, Xbox One, and PC.