Call of Duty Infinite Warfare
"Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare" will come with a remastered version of "Modern Warfare." Activision

“Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare” and the bonus “Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered” are two titles that Activision has in the pipeline together with Infinity Ward.

The details are starting to trickle down, starting with how the campaign mode will only be a single-player affair. Activision has confirmed that the four-player co-op that was introduced by “Call of Duty Black Ops 3” will not be making a comeback for this year’s iteration, Videogamer reported.

The only mode where this co-op play will be seen is for Zombies mode. This seems to be a miss, considering that “Call of Duty Infinite Warfare” is aiming to expand the world where players can explore in the game.

Additionally, in a livestream Q&A with the developer, DualShockers found a number of important points that the developer has planned for the game. “Call of Duty Infinite Warfare” may have the most realistic approach in three ways. The first is that the overall military warfare feel is realistic because they have consulted with military advisers in the creation of warships and personnel interactions.

The second is that the technology is now more advanced, allowing for rendering and lighting to look beautiful and realistic. This also bleeds into the guns and weapons, as the team had decided to stick with making realistic guns instead of stepping into the territory of energy shields.

Finally, “Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare” is as looking at Seamlessness. This new technology will let the player engage in fights, jump into vehicles and fly into space without interruption. This means going into vehicles, fling into the map and selecting missions all without the use of loading, as had been the norm.

While the developer has announced quite a handful of official information about “Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare,” there is one possible hint that was seen alongside a preorder. According to Charlie Intel, preordering the game at retailers have included an extra code.

As to what that code pertains to, the developer has yet to announce. But the source stated that the only thing it hinted at was a future offer for which it could be used. This appears to be offered for GameStop as well as Target.

However, with Target, the preorder reservation card has includes a scratch portion, which contains the beta code. Activision may be releasing the details for the beta later on as it has not yet even confirmed the existence of a beta.