Call of Duty Infinite Warfare
"Call of Duty Infinite Warfare" will be bundled with "Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered." PlayStation

The “Call of Duty Infinite Warfare” trailer may not have been received as well as hoped, but that does not mean that the game does not have its merits. While details remain scarce on the overall gameplay and mechanics, developer Infinity Ward has given some clues on its plans for the game.

In a conversation with fans, the developer has hinted that it will be taking on one crucial aspect that made “Call of Duty Black Ops 3” a success. VG 247 reported that it will be following in its predecessor’s footsteps with regard to movement.

“If you’ve played Black Ops 3 before, our take on the chain-based fluid movement system will feel natural to you,” said Infinity Ward over at Twitter.

This is great news for fans, especially since “Call of Duty Black Ops 3” has been one of the more celebrated titles of the franchise in recent years. The concept of momentum-based action allowed for a fast-paced experience, and one that followed a “guns up” philosophy.

Infinity Ward has yet to really give details, though it is expected to give even a little sneak peek of the multiplayer aspect of “Call of Duty Infinite Warfare” at the E3 2016.

For fans who are picking up “Infinite Warfare” alongside the “Call of Duty Modern Warfare Remastered,” there’s an upcoming trilogy that may pique their interests. A leak from Best Buy suggests that the bundle will be a “Call of Duty Modern Warfare” Trilogy, Cinema Blend reported. This will reportedly include Call of Duty 4 Modern Warfare,” “Modern Warfare 2” and “Modern Warfare 3.”

What’s even more interesting, however, is that the trilogy will not be coming to the PS4 and Xbox One. Instead, last-gen players will be benefiting from the bundle, and it will cost US$30 (approx. AU$40). For now, it is only a speculated bundle, as Activision has not even hinted at releasing this kind of bundle, and the tagged release date is already on May 17. Whether or not the date is merely a placeholder or the bundle itself is not coming remains to be seen.

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