Posted Thu Nov 3, 2016 at 11:00 PM PDT by Brian Hoss
This is big.
The 'Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare - Legacy Edition' (PS4) review is here, and with it comes a 'Call of Duty' campaign really unlike any other. As it turns out, Kit Harington really does know how to play a mean bastard, and the warped aggression of the SDF, well it something that needs to be dealt with. That means space battles.
Take command of a space carrier, take the controls of a space fighter, and take magnetic boots and tear into any ship and tear out again.
But there is more, much more.
'Zombies in Spaceland' plays like it was cooked up in the back of a Blockbuster video using an amalgam of VHS taped, 80's movie ideas.
Oh, and then there is the seldom mentioned bundling of 'Modern Warfare Remastered' with 'Infinite Warfare.'
That means that the 'Legacy Edition' has not one but two campaigns, and likewise, two multiplayer modes.
One thing to consider in all of this. 'Infinite Warfare' on a standard PS4 looks something between good and stellar. Who's ready to see how the PS4 Pro version does?
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