Nov 28, 2016 07:58 AM EST
'Call Of Duty: Infinite Warfare' News: Double XP Balance Issues Invesitgated! Activision Blizzard Stock Long-term Gains Detailed!
Both critics and fans of the widely-acclaimed "Call of Duty" franchise were surprised to see that Activision and Infinity Ward has given focus on its single-player campagin for their latest installment, "Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare," which has received a fair amount of positive reviews.
However, there seems to be some issues when it comes to the game's multiplayer feature, as recent reports indicate that the developers are looking into some issues with the the Double XP event. Moreover, analysts discuss the long-term gains when investing in Activision Blizzard's stocks, according to sources.
It was recently reported that the Double XP event that recently transpired for Activision's "Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare" has resulted in a fundamental problem with the game's own system of balancing the XP, Gamingbolt learned.
It was stated therein that the double XP that players got was only limitied to the Score XP, which led to the overall XP multiplier being closer to 1.2x-1.4x than what fans would actually expect as being doubled.
The source further mentioned that the issues that arose from the Double XP event was unintentional and by no means was designed by the developers. As such, Joe Cecot from Infinity Ward went on to post on Reddit and explained to their fans the details regarding the said issue.
Cecot went on the elaborate that the Challenge XP and Weapon Challenge XP were not doubled and neither was the Match Bonus XP. This being said, he went on to tell fans that his team at Infinity Ward will investigate the problem and, soon enough, would be able to resolve and fix the issue in order for fans to receive the actual XP they were expecting.
In other news, Fox Business have given their thoughts as to why investing on Activision Blizzard's stock is a promising venture that would have an upside regarding its long-term gains.
It stated that, albeit the lowered earnings per share guidance at 0.05 US dollars (not because of operating issues but due to timing of debt-related costs that carried over from the third quarter to the fourth), the stocks of Activision show potential gains in the future.
The lowered earning guidance was said to be a great opportunity for investors to buy great stocks at better prices. With Activision Blizzard's continued success in its video game titles, such "World of Warcraft: Legion" and "Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare," the source noted the company has a plenty of upside.
These being said, it seems that fans can agree that Activision and its "Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare" has a bright future ahead of it.
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