'Call Of Duty: Infinite Warfare' Ship Assault Gameplay Takes The Fight To Space

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This year’s Electronic Entertainment Expo has come and gone, offering up hundreds of new video games to get excited about before disappearing for another 12 months. But that doesn’t mean we’ve actually had time to dig through everything that emerged last week. Prime example, did you guys know new Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare gameplay footage turned up at some point?

Apparently, while most of the iDigitalTimes staff were losing their minds over the new Spider-Man trailer , not to mention that new Horizon: Zero Dawn footage , the folks behind this year’s Call of Duty decided to publish nearly 8 minutes of new Infinite Warfare gameplay. The latest gameplay reel focuses almost entirely on space-based combat, both in and out of the Jackal spacecraft, which will apparently play a much larger role in the campaign this year.There are also a few shots of a military base in Switzerland, the space-ready aircraft carriers seen in previous Infinite Warfare trailers and a variety mechs that we can only assume play a role in the campaign at some point.

Unfortunately, our latest look at Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare doesn’t include any significant new information on the game’s story. In fact, the last big revelations about the game’s campaign was that Game of Throne ’s Kit Harrington will play the bad guy this year. Other than that, all we really know is that humanity is fighting against itself for some reason. So there’s still plenty to learn.

For a closer look at Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare , take a few minutes to check out the Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare gameplay footage that debuted during E3. Then head down to the comments section and share your current impressions of Activision’s latest military shooter.

Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare is in development for PS4, Xbox One and PC. The game debuts November 4.

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