Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare

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Activision's long-running first-person shooter sends gamers to outer space, overhauls the multiplayer class system, and brings back Zombies mode in Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare. The game is set in a distant future, where Earth has been stripped and humanity relies on resources mined elsewhere in the solar system. The United Nations Space Alliance governs trade and colonization, while the Solar Associated Treaty Organization (SATO) serves as military protection. The game begins when the radical separatists of the Settlement Defense Front (SDF) launch a surprise attack on Geneva. The star of the game is Captain Nick Reyes, who is joined by his mentor Admiral Raines, Lieutenant Nora Salter, SATO Marines Staff Sergeant Omar, and the robot warrior Ethan on a journey aboard the warship Retribution. The SDF is led by enemy commander Salen Koch, and gamers engage in battles with his soldiers both in space and on the ground of various planets, satellites, and asteroids in the solar system. Players pilot a customizable jet fighter through free-roaming space missions, while jet packs and grappling hooks help them navigate new zero-gravity environments. Retribution serves as the main hub from which gamers can take on main story missions, or tackle Ship Assault side missions to unlock new upgrades. Infinite Warfare's multiplayer modes bring back the momentum-based movement system from Black Ops III while introducing a new Combat Rig class system. The six different Rig classes include: the accessible, offensively minded Warfighter; the technologically advanced FTL; the heavily armored defense specialist Merc; the stealthy sniper Phantom; the support-based Stryker; and the Synaptic, a drone specializing in close-quarters combat. Each Rig has three customizable Payloads and Traits, and gamers can make use of classic ballistic weapons as well as futuristic lethals, tacticals, and energy weapons as they fight their way through maps set in locations around the solar system. The Zombies in Spaceland mode in Infinite Warfare adds comedy to the mix, with players joining friends and battling undead monsters through a 1980s amusement park. Gamers guide four aspiring actors through a campaign orchestrated by a reclusive horror film director, while a charismatic DJ spins era-appropriate tunes and helps the quartet try to escape. Players can wield a variety of weapons, upgrade their characters with up to five single-match Fate and Fortune cards, and earn unique abilities by finding Candy Perks.