VideoGamer.com have confirmation directly from Activision that the latest Call of Duty game’s campaign will not support online co-op. The only co-op mode found in the game will be in the Zombies mode only.
The only Call of Duty game to support four player co-op (or any form of cooperative play in the campaign at all) is Treyarch’s Black Ops 3. Infinity Ward have used co-op modes in some of their previous Call of Duty games, but they have never featured it in their campaigns.
The backlash against Infinite Warfare has progressed with every update released by Activision since the announcement on Monday. The Infinite Warfare trailer currently has over 180,000 dislikes, that’s 30,000 more dislikes than likes. Judging by YouTube comments (we realise these aren’t the best way to judge the public’s opinion…), fans are not pleased about Call of Duty’s transition into outer space. These same people believe the game is trying to become a Halo clone. In addition to this, with the announcement that Modern Warfare Remastered will not be sold as a standalone game, fans are upset that they’ll have to purchase Infinite Warfare when they only want Modern Warfare Remastered.
If you haven’t caught up on all of our coverage of Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare, you can do so by clicking the links here[url], [url=http://www.gamewatcher.com/news/2016-03-05-infinity-ward-livestream-shows-off-modern-warfare-remastered-comparison-video]here and [url=http://www.gamewatcher.com/news/2016-03-05-call-of-duty-infinite-warfare-will-feature-a-zombies-mode]here.
Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare releases November 4th for PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4.