If you want to keep the fight on the ground in Infinite Warfare, you’ll be able to do so in private matches.
Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare doesn’t release until tomorrow, but early copies have been available for a couple of days now. Some of the few things hidden in the game’s menus are options to disable two of the most controversial features.
There’s an option to disable the ability to double-jump, and another to prevent wallrunning. These are only available in private matches, however, as you can see in the image below via Reddit.
There are other options, too, such as the ability to host a headshot-only mode, disable scorestreaks, payloads, and more. At present, it’s unclear if Infinity Ward will include a playlist without advanced movements.
When Advanced Warfare released, developer Sledgehammer added an Exo-free playlist that included all maps and a few modes. Given the outcry against advanced movement has been the loudest this year, it’s very likely we’ll be seeing something similar with Infinite Warfare.
Infinite Warfare is out November 4 on PC, PS4, and Xbox One.