Call of Duty Infinite Warfare Gets New Gun Game Mode, Beta Period Extended

Call of Duty Infinite Warfare

Call of Duty Infinite Warfare multiplayer beta got off to a rocky start on the PS4 platform and the developers have decided to extend the beta period by another 24 hours.

The multiplayer beta for Infinite Warfare was supposed to end today but Activision has extended it and also added a new gameplay mode to it – the Gun Game Mode. Since the start, the event has been memorable with new additions now and then. The first was a map, the Precinct and then came the Kill Confirmed mode on October 15th.

Call of Duty Infinite Warfare Gun Game Mode

According to a blog post by Activision, the number of players who joined the PS4 beta grew to massive numbers on day two. The company didn’t reveal the number of people who actually took part in the event. They added that the players not only enjoyed the game but also gave them valuable feedback and led to the betterment of the final product.

“We were eager to make the Call of Duty Infinite Warfare beta an important launch. It not only helped our ardent fans know what is in store for them but also stress tested the servers and systems. Our team has managed to collect tons of data which will ensure the final product is simply awesome. The multiplayer experience has shaped up well and we are looking forward to a great launch on November 4th. The feedbacks are useful and keep it coming,” read the post.

However, Infinite Warfare didn’t allow every player to jump on board. Instead, it was restricted to only those who pre-ordered the game. Battlefield 1 on the other hand allowed open beta giving players a chance to experience the game before it got launched. Electronic Arts surely has an upper hand in this regard as they offer not only an open world game set in the World War I era but also convinced new players to come onboard without spending a penny.

Call of Duty Infinite Warfare

Activision is highly confident of their Call of Duty franchise which continues to churn out one thing or the other every year. Some of them proved successful while a couple others failed miserably. This time, a remastered version of Modern Warfare is supposed to keep it interesting but it is included with the Infinite Warfare premium bundle priced at $80.

The company has no plans to sell it individually as of now. The multiplayer beta was not available for PC gamers. Let’s hope they optimized it properly for PCs.

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