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Yes, there will be a Zombie mode in Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare [Updated]

Activision has revealed more information on the upcoming first-person shooter Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare for the Xbox One, PC and PlayStation 4. The game will include a Zombie co-op mode, but details have yet to be revealed.

As we have previously reported, the latest installment of the Call of Duty series, developed by Infinity Ward, takes place in the future. The single-player campaign will feature both ground and space-based combat. Activision's blog site has the details on the game's storyline.

After the nations of Earth unified as the United Nations Space Alliance to colonize the solar system and seek out precious resources, a fanatical and relentless enemy faction emerged from those living on the frontier—the Settlement Defense Front. Now, the Settlement Defense Front has struck back at the UNSA and sparked full-scale war. Players will take command of a UNSA warship and fight the Settlement Defense Front on Earth and across the reaches of our solar system through Call of Duty's hallmark boots-on-the-ground firefights and epic new scenarios, like zero-g infantry combat and piloting a jet fighter both in and out of atmosphere.

The game's main player character is Captain Reyes, who commands the UNSA Retribution:

Throughout the campaign, the Retribution will serve as a central hub for players between missions and as they travel to various destinations. The environment can be explored and will evolve as the events of the story unfold. From the Retribution, players can launch story missions or raids on enemy ships. During the campaign, players will also pilot an advanced space combat-ready fighter known as a Jackal in intense in-atmosphere and zero-g dogfights. What's more, the experience has been designed to be seamless as you transition from fighting on the ground, into ships, and to and from the Retribution with few visible loading times.

Naturally, Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare will have a multiplayer mode, with details to be announced later, and it will also have a new version of the series' popular Zombie mode:

This year, Infinity Ward is bringing an all-new take on Zombies that features a unique story, universe, gameplay features, and mechanics separate from Infinite Warfare's campaign and multiplayer modes. Additional info about Zombies will be shared later this year.

It sounds like there might not be any "Zombies in space" with this mode, but you never know. Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare will be released November 11. Some versions of the game will be bundled with a code to download Call of Duty Modern Warfare Remastered, a graphically revamped build of Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare with the full campaign and 10 of its multiplayer maps. Here's the breakdown of those versions:

  • Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare Legacy Edition and Digital Legacy Edition – Includes both Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare and Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered, SRP $79.99.
  • Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare Digital Deluxe Edition – Includes Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered and Season Pass, SRP $99.99.
  • Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare Legacy Pro Edition – Includes Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered, Season Pass, collectible Steelbook official game soundtrack and additional digital items, SRP $119.99.

Activision has not announced whether or not it will sell Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare without Call of Duty Modern Warfare Remastered.

Update: You can now pre-order the standard, Digital Legacy, and Digital Deluxe editions of Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare from the Xbox Store.

19 Comments
  • Can we get the remaster code on it's own?
  • Geez talk about a Halo-like storyline. Posted via the Windows Central App for Android (from my Nexus 5x or LG V10)
  • Sounds ripped straight from Titanfall. Replace UNSA with IMC and SDA with Militia.
  • Haha true Posted via the Windows Central App for Android (from my Nexus 5x or LG V10)
  • Oh God Captain Price...I dont care if the game costs 10-80-1000$...I will sell my blood only to play one time this game with better graphics...Ty God i will come back to church this sunday...
  • Sounds like this might actually have a worthwhile campaign, will wait for reviews though. Never been interested in COD before, maybe this will be the first.
  • Tired of Zombies, what happened to the waves and waves of enemies and Juggernauts in MW3? Does it always have to be Zombies? Geez!! COD needs a break. BioResearch & Games.
  • Left 4 dead's legacy...
  • Yea agree totally. Zombies should be done by Treyarch, no one else. Slegehammer tried and we can see how terrible it was. IW should bring back their spec ops mode, survival mode.
  • I agree, COD needs to take a year or two off to reevaluate and rebuild the franchise. I'm pretty sure that's what's happening with Assassin's Creed (that series seriously needs a reboot). Windows Central for Windows 10-Microsoft Lumia 640
  • Maybe if they eliminated Zombie mode and used that time to make the game better.
  • It's the only thing keeping COD alive Posted via carrier pigeon.
  • Zombies isn't the solution to everything
  • Zombies isn't the solution to everything
  • I would rather have infected mode
  • I'll be honest, I'm very much over Call of Duty. I'm even more over the whole zombie thing. The entertainment market is saturated with zombie novels, TV shows, films and video games.
  • Mod for a kids
  • The future SUCKS!
  • I don't understand why Zombies.... Zombies are Treyarch's thing, all the studios don't need to copy it