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

Xbox One players can now enjoy “Call of Duty: Black Ops” on the new console. Microsoft has just announced that the game is now part of the list of backwards compatible titles.

Over at the Xbox Wire, Microsoft made the announcement, alongside the confirmation that players can keep their progress even when using a different console.

“Best of all, you can keep all of our game saves, add-ons and achievements, as well as play multiplayer with your friends across both Xbox One and Xbox 360,” said the company.

For the upcoming “Call of Duty Infinite Warfare,” Charlie Intel managed to spot a new image via material from GameStop. Seen in the link above, the images show what a soldier looks like. Other screenshots show off the Retribution ship and the Jackal. The material teases the warships in “Call of Duty Infinite Warfare.”

“’Call of Duty Infinite Warfare’ will be the first ‘Call of Duty’ to make air and space combat a key aspect of the Campaign. Players will experience new combat scenarios and environments that add tremendous variety and excitement to campaign mode.

One of the warships, the Jackal, is a space-ready jet fighter. It is also said to be an upgradable ship and is likely to evolve in the game.

The earlier reported “Call of Duty Modern Warfare” trilogy is now an official bundle currently available over at Best Buy. In the link here, it’s clear that the bundle is available for US$29.99 (approx. AU$41).

The bundle contains “Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare,” “Modern Warfare 2” plus its DLC 1 (the five maps and Stimulus Package) and “Modern Warfare 3.” The bundle is only available for last-gen consoles Xbox 360 and PS3.

The latest title, “Call of Duty Infinite Warfare” is set to debut on Nov. 4. The official trailer can be seen below, though it has been rated to be among the most disliked videos on YouTube.

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