Call of Duty Infinite Warfare MP
"Call of Duty Infinite Warfare" multiplayer will feature some familiar movements. Infinity Ward

“Call of Duty Infinite Warfare” has something more to offer besides its space-toting single-player campaign. Now, the developer has given more glimpse into the multiplayer aspect of the game.

In a post over at PlayStation Blog, Infinity Ward has shown just how the game will feel familiar to old-time players of “Call of Duty.”

For one, in multiplayer, the movement system from “Call of Duty Black Ops 3” will still be retained. This means more slides, wall-running and id-air boosting. There’s also the Create a Class feature that lets players create different classes that makes use of appropriate weapons.

Check out the video below to see some more of what “Call of Duty Infinite Warfare” multiplayer has to offer.

Infinity Ward has also shared some new insights on the development of “Call of Duty Infinite Warfare.” In particular, the developer has stated that even with the space setting for “Call of Duty Infinite Warfare,” the new iteration is still very much a part of the COD franchise.

Speaking to Venture Beat, Infinity Ward’s Joe Cecot stated that one of the things that makes the new COD title a staple of the franchise is its maps.

“Certain things are core to Call of Duty. One of those is the maps and how we design our maps. We’re a bit conservative with where we put wall-runs and boost-jumping opportunities, because we’re trying to keep other players in front of you when you’re engaging,” said Cecot.

Additionally, the weapons also come from the range that COD games have experimented with, albeit with more directed energy weapons this time around. The ballistic weapons are still there, to ensure that there are weapons included in players’ arsenals that hark to their current modern form.

As far as the progression in the game goes, “Call of Duty Infinite Warfare” will still follow the same player progression. Mission progression will have a unique fair in that it will help players get more content as they progress. Cecot even hinted that there will even be some mechanics such as messages that will introduce players to new features, weapons and missions in the game.

“Call of Duty Infinite Warfare” will be released on Nov. 4 on the PS4, Xbox One and PC. Infinity Ward is set to release some more details about the upcoming beta on October.

"Call of Duty Infinite Warfare" multiplayer trailer (Credit: YouTube/PlayStation)