Call of Duty Infinite Warfare
"Call of Duty Infinite Warfare" will launch on Nov 4. Infinity Ward

“Call of Duty Infinite Warfare” may be set in space, and while that suggests staple weapons and vehicles typical in several space shooters everywhere to date, the developer begs to differ.

In a new IWIntel video, Lead Weapons Artist Sean Byers, Art Director Brian Horton and Lead Vehicles Artist Dan Savage share their thoughts on the development of weapons and vehicles in the game. Specifically, they delve into how the weapons and vehicles enhance the gameplay in a big way.

“Make sure that vehicles push the design of game, so that they result in a rewarding experience,” said Byers in the video.

He touches on the Retribution, which is the biggest ship in the fleet. The goal was to bring a new experience to Call of Duty who controls the commander as a ship.

Additionally, Australian COD fans will be happy to know that there are two ANZ teams that have secured a spot for the Final Showdown for the Call of Duty World League Championship XP 2016.

In a press release, Activision announced that the two teams from Australia and New Zealand include Champs Squad and Chiefs eSports Club.

“Champs Squad and Chiefs eSports Club played against 16 of the top ANZ teams to earn their spot while the European online qualifier featured 24 teams, from 10 countries across Europe, vying for a total of eight spots,” as per the press release.

The two teams will be joining previous qualifiers from the Call of Duty World League Pro Division Stage 2 Finals at the CWL Championship at Call of Duty XP. The face-off is slated for Sept. 1 to 4, where over $2million in prize money will be up for grabs. This is the biggest single event prize for a Call of Duty competition.

“Call of Duty Infinite Warfare” will be out on the PS4, Xbox One and PC on Nov. 4.

"Call of Duty Infinite Warfare" IWIntel (Credit: YouTube/Call of Duty)