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1426210cookie-checkCall Of Duty: Infinite Warfare Multiplayer Videos Detail Weapons, Fire Modes

Call Of Duty: Infinite Warfare Multiplayer Videos Detail Weapons, Fire Modes

If you’ve wanted to see what some of the weapons look like in the upcoming Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare some YouTubers have been covering the game leading up to release to give gamers and fans of the series a first-hand look at some of the new weapons that will be available in the game.

The first video from Drift0r features a 17 minute look at all of the light machine guns, sub-machine guns, assault rifles, pistols, grenades, akimbo options and shotguns that will be available in Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare, including but not limited to the EMC pistol, the HVR Custom MP5, GL3 Assault Rifle, the KBS Longbow and the HVR Reflex Rifle.

Most of the weapons behave and perform in ways that is typical to the Call of Duty design. We see different types of sights on the weapons, ranging from classic iron-sights to scopes and dot-sights. One of the weapons looks very similar to the laser rifle from Timesplitters: Future Perfect, which could be reloaded from the rear using a battery pack of sorts.

Even though the game takes place far into the future, majority of the weapons are still typically designed in favor of traditional military issued weapons. The Titan Quickdraw with the foregrip operates like a standard LMG, while the Volk Trojan Amped Recharge Rifle is still very similar to the AK line of assault rifles.

You get to see the LMG later into the video at around the eight minute mark. It looks like something out of James Cameron’s Aliens film.

We get to see what looks like a modified FNP-90 that appears to pack more punch than the standard, as well as an automatic shotgun that looks like it comes right out of Halo.

NoahJ456 also let loose some video footage of Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare that you can check out below.

The 15 minute video covers more of the different kinds of weapons, a lot of the death animations and a broader look at one of the stages set in space on a pretty cool looking station.

In Noah’s video we also get to see a crazy looking pistol for the first time, where you can shoot it normally or sideways as if you were coming out of a gangster film.

Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare is due for release on November 4th for the Xbox One, PS4 and PC.

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