Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare is going boldly where the franchise has never gone before. But will it leave behind what made it great?
Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare reviews have begun to trickle in even as the shooter goes live with the shifting timezones.
Not too many big outlets had a full review ready for the embargo today. Disclosures show some are based on a Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare review event, rather than live play, and there are a few “in progress” articles in there pending the servers going live.
From what I’ve read, skimming over the few critiques below, Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare is a lot more like a classic Call of Duty than all the science fiction stuff might have suggested, but the new setting opens up unexplored story opportunities. For some critics this is a point worth praising, while for others it’s a bit of a downer since they’d like to see something new from the campaign.
Well, it’s all subjective, innit? Check out the Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare reviews below, find a voice most closely aligned with your preferences, and be informed. Assuming you didn’t pre-order six months ago, of course.
All scores out of ten except where otherwise noted. We’ll add more Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare reviews as they come in; feel free to share those you’ve found helpful in the comments so everyone can check ’em out.
- Gamesbeat – 93/100
- GameInformer – 9
- Polygon – 8.5
- Gamespot – 8
- Attack of the Fanboy – 8
- Destructoid – 7
- IGN – “review in progress”
- Eurogamer – campaign only, “slick, morbid and a bit dull”
- Kotaku – campaign only, “its boots are never far from the ground”
- Telegraph – 5/5
- God is a Geek – 9
- GamesRadar+ – 4/5
- EGM – 7
- High-Def Digest – 4.5/5
- Post Arcade – 8
- GamingTrend – 85/100
- AusGamers – 7.5
Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare launches on PC, PS4 and Xbox One on November 4, which is – why, yes! It’s today in all but a few timezones.