Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare - PlayStation 4

  • Publisher: Activision
  • SKU: 5214700
  • Release Date: 11/04/2016
ESRB Rating: Mature
Blood and gore, Drug reference, Intense violence, Strong language, Suggestive themes
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Overall Customer Rating:
90% of customers would recommend this product to a friend (1899 out of 2128)

Product Details

  • Developer: Infinity Ward
  • Publisher: Activision
  • Platform: PlayStation 4
  • Genre: First Person Shooter
  • Release Date: 11/04/2016


Infinity Ward, the studio that helped create the blockbuster Call of Duty® franchise, reaches new heights with Call of Duty®: Infinite Warfare. At its core, Infinite Warfare returns to the roots of the franchise where cinematic, immersive storytelling takes center stage as told through an unfolding large-scale war and epic battles that deliver an authentic Call of Duty experience.

Game Overview
Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare delivers something for every Call of Duty fan with three unique game modes: Campaign, Multiplayer, and Zombies. Delivering a rich and engaging narrative in a setting unlike anything to date in a Call of Duty game, the campaign is a return to the franchise's gritty, military roots throughout new environments never before seen in the franchise. The player will embark on a classic war story about grand scale warfare; all set in a grounded future where human conflict has spread throughout our solar system. Multiplayer action combines Call of Duty's popular chain-based movement system with ground-breaking gameplay innovations to deliver the deepest and most engaging Call of Duty experience to date. The title introduces stunning, never before seen, multi-planetary environments, new weaponry, and all-new player abilities to Call of Duty. In addition, the new Zombies experience will thrill co-op players with an original direction featuring fun and unique gameplay, all wrapped into an entertaining narrative sure to excite fans.



Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare will take players on an unforgettable journey as they engage in battles from Earth to beyond our atmosphere against a relentless, enemy faction that threatens our very way of life.

It's grand scale war and hallmark boots-on-the-ground Call of Duty action with memorable characters, rich emotional arcs, and stunning new environments, all within an epic new setting.


Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare puts storytelling front and center, in a deeply engaging narrative.

It features jaw-dropping set-pieces and blockbuster cinematic moments, while also delivering a gripping portrayal of war that harkens back to the roots of the franchise.

Infinity Ward also breaks new ground by thrusting the player into wartime leadership as Captain Reyes, a Tier 1 Special Operations pilot, who takes the helm of the Retribution, one of Earth's last remaining warships.

In a time of unthinkable hardships, Reyes must lead the remnants of coalition forces against a relentless foe in a war that spans our solar system.


The Settlement Defense Front (SetDef) represents a splinter group of insurgents that broke away from the United Nations Space Alliance during a war of secession, years ago.

In the world of Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare, our planet has been stripped of its natural assets through population growth and industrial expansion.

The people of Earth now rely upon colonies throughout the solar system to mine planets and asteroids for necessary fuel and other resources.

The SetDef is a fascist power, comprised of brutal and militant radicals, toughened by the extreme conditions of offworld environments.

They seek to control those outposts and their wealth, putting a stranglehold on the countries of Earth. After years of uneasy stalemate, diplomatic relations are strained, and it will take only the slightest nudge to lead to full-scale war.


Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare will incorporate the popular chain-based movement system.

Players know and love into an innovative multiplayer experience that rewards players more than ever before for utilizing their surroundings and applying strategy in the heat of the moment.

Maps are designed to further leverage the chain-based movement system and immerse players into fast, fun, and frenetic gameplay that players have come to expect from Call of Duty.

With its new approach to play, multiplayer will bring innovative gameplay that challenges players to achieve their goals in creative ways based on their specific play style.


Infinity Ward introduces a fresh take on the nightmarish Zombies mode in Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare.

With an all-new, immersive Zombies storyline for players to uncover and explore, players are thrust into a spine tingling adventure not for the faint of heart.

Zombies will take players on a wild ride with a multitude of new features, while thrilling players with the core mechanics that fans have come to expect from the mode.

Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare raises the bar yet again, delivering three stellar experiences in one exceptional package. Pre-order your copy today! Available November 4, 2016.

© 2016 Activision Publishing, Inc. ACTIVISION, CALL OF DUTY, and CALL OF DUTY INFINITE WARFARE are trademarks of Activision Publishing, Inc.

Customer rating

would recommend to a friend



  • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

    Basic, not innovative, regressing

    • My Best Buy® MemberMember

    Well, another year another COD. But, again, they have failed to jump start the franchise in a new direction. The game play is very basic. They have basically encompassed the previous 3 CODs, with a touch of even older ones, into one and return that old school feeling. Unfortunately, it has the Ghost version feeling-- and we all know that disaster. The guns are nothing special, in fact, some are replicas of previous CODs with a slight redesign. The multiplayer maps are very basic as well, with tons of corner camps, not very large, and as of now, not a lot of maps. Zombies actually takes a different approach with a modern day look, but a funky map design--however, not very exciting. It's tough to say if there are any special power ups, the awesome gun box, or pack-a-punch upgrade. The campaign is pretty good as usual but with the basic and common gun play, you may find yourself kind of bored. Overall, this COD is a step back...waayy back. It's another typical frustrating-doesn't-make-sense-how-he-killed-me COD. This is something we've all become accustomed to expect from this game. I think COD may have seen it's glory days come and go, and now must accept their running out of ideas. Either that, or maybe the fan base is asking for too much and they are just executing wrong. Who knows. But, gamers will be gamers and they will take their chances with franchise. However, I'd pass, and admit I was wrong... Battlefield has certainly taken the crown this time around. You may find yourself enjoying their approach and effort far more.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Better than Black Ops 3, but...

    • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
    • My Best Buy® Elite MemberElite Member

    First off, I'm not the typical gamer, I'm a middle aged retiree who was talked into buying a PS4 by my son after I retired to "maintain my hand-eye coordination". My son could sell corn to a farmer... I don't do the multiplayer thing, I just play the campaigns. I started playing Call of Duty on his PS3. I played Black Ops 1 and 2, and the Modern Warfare series. Those were outstanding games, I finished all of them, and replayed them several times. I even have a few other Baby Boomers playing COD with me. Then Black Ops III came out last year. Robots? Zombies? Super Soldiers? What?? I thought most of the online buzz was people weren't crazy about the futuristic direction the series was taking. When COD: Infinite Warfare was released, it was the first COD I didn't buy the same day it hit the stores. In fact, If Best Buy didn't have such a great black Friday price on it, I wouldn't have gotten it. If I wanted to fight zombies, I'd play the zombie mode! Renegade Zombie Robots? Stop it, Activision! Although this latest iteration of COD was better than BO III (the only COD I never finished, I just couldn't take it anymore), it was nowhere near as good as past releases; but at least I chose to finish this one. I have no idea how the multiplayer is on this game, so I can't offer any commentary. If the next version is futuristic, I'll keep my money in my oversized, George Costanza wallet. But I'm sure Activision won't care since I don't reside within their target demographic.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

    Single player campain too hard for casual players!

    • My Best Buy® MemberMember

    Many reviews complained about how standard the multiplayer mode is while praised the single player campaign. I happily bought this game because I was only interested in the single player campaign but even that is not very good (at least not for me). This installment seems to expect that you already an expert at playing call of duty (or other first person shooters) and didn't provide much hand holding. It just throw you in the middle of the action and yelled out or put up some onscreen instructions for you to do something but most of the time, I had no idea what to do. I couldn't differentiate enemies from friends as they looked too similar in the heat of action... but the biggest problem for me with this game was the high level of difficulty - I played on the easiest (recruit) difficulty and ammo was very limited while enemies can absorb bullets like sponges. I just die a lot while reloading or looking for ammo. Getting shot at and killed by some unseen enemies or blown up by grenades is also a norm. My original plan was to play this game for about 30 to 45 minutes each day while I exercise on my stationary bike but I often gave up 15 or 20 minutes in because it was so frustrating. May be I will revisit this game when I'm better at the genre or have watched all the play through videos.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Playstation is one of my great escapes. Trust me

    • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
    • My Best Buy® MemberMember

    I'm not much on writing reviews, but after seeing all the negative commentary I decided I needed to add my 2 cents and a little balance. First of all, I'm a 61 yr. old Army Vet disabled with CHF and other health issues, needless to say I don't get out much, so Playstation is one of my great escapes. Trust me, I'm not complaining, lol, I'm just happy to still be here. I exclusively play Campaign and I'm strictly a solo act. I've been playing the COD series since the first PS3 game was released, and have enjoyed them all, some more than others, of course. Infinite Warfare reminds me of the fun I had when I first played the COD games that take place during WWII. I love the epic battles and running firefights, I really like the characters, and it makes no difference that much of it takes place in space, the basic premise is the same. If I didn't enjoy the basic concept I wouldn't be playing these games in the first place, so if you like a good, fun shooter with some very cool effects, check it out. For the record I also enjoy the Battlefield series, the old Medal Of Honor games, Tomb Raider (all), Red Dead Redemption, etc., just thought I'd throw that in there lest I be labeled a "fanboy", hahaha, although I do feel like a kid when I fire up the PS4, and that's a good thing.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

    Campaign is worthwhile, Multiplayer is okay.

    • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
    • My Best Buy® Elite Plus MemberElite Plus Member

    The campaign of Infinite Warfare is not astounding but it still has an intriguing story compared to the previous COD releases. Space related stories are all the rave right now. Just think of all the blockbuster hits in theaters (Guardians of the Galaxy, Star Wars, Star Trek, Passengers, Independence Day Resurgence, Transformers, The Martian...etc.). This is no different. You'll want to play the campaign. On the other hand, multiplayer (MP) doesn't seem as refined as the previous versions. Many parts of MP were missing at launch. The game is fast paced. You run faster and you die faster. For some, that might be not be fun. It rewards advanced players and severely punishes those that are not because killstreaks will ruin your day if you can't hold your own. There are a lot of items that need to be unlocked and it tempts you to money on in-game currency. Some of those items are very dominating guns. It's almost like a pay-to-win system. I'm a veteran to COD titles. My K/D is above 1.5 and it could be better if I don't mess around or test the non-essential guns. I don't run in parties with other advanced players. I got bored of multiplayer very quickly. I would still recommend this to my friends for the campaign and for some hours in multiplayer.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 1 out of 5 stars



    My boyfriend got this game when it first came out. I believe this game causes unhealthy competition and conflict towards others. My boyfriend neglects responsibilities because he's addicted to playing. Our landlord is probably going to evict us over him screaming at the game every night at one in the morning and he's so loud I have to sleep on the couch and the neighbors hate us because they can hear him. I've decided to start breaking a game disk for every night I don't get to sleep in the bed I'm still paying for. This game is annoying repetitive and just like every other shooter game I've seen PlayStation needs to go back to creating more creative video games something everyone can enjoy. Not everyone wants to play video games that involve blowing things up. I miss the old days like spyro kingdom hearts now all you see is shooter games everywhere. It's boring create something everyone can enjoy that's not going to drive wives insane or promote violence and an unhealthy mindset. I'd rather him play nothing but minecraft than touching this game. Just my opinion who know I'm not a guy I don't know why a guy finds these games interesting.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

    Just okay...

    • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
    • My Best Buy® Elite Plus MemberElite Plus Member

    Call of Duty has evolved a lot over the years. I'm really not a big fan of what Infinity Ward does with there version. Since this game cycles every three years now by three different developers at least it gives them a chance to work out all the "bugs". Overall the Campaign is the best part but no one really buys COD for the campaign. You buy COD for multiplayer. I just don't like the feel or the style of Infinity Ward's multiplayer. I think this is always where they have always lacked. Of course this is personal opinion but I many others that agree with me. I think the best series of the game are the ones made by Treyarch (Black ops). I think Sledgehammer and Infinity Ward go back and forth for second place. I don't know if I would recommend skipping this game all together if you are a COD fan like myself but I would not recommend paying full price for it. I would wait until it's on sale and grab it. As for myself I will probably beat the campaign and trade it in. As always it's all personal preference. (I have not had a chance to play Zombies on here yet but I have found Zombies to be very universal.) I hope this helps.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    It's...Not Bad, Actually

    • My Best Buy® MemberMember

    After being let down by CoD hard since Advanced Warfare (I wasn't a big fan of Ghosts or Black Ops 3 either, nor was I thrilled with Modern Warfare 3), I was surprised by how much I enjoyed the singleplayer in this game. Taking hints from RPGs, being able to walk around your ship, take the fight into space, and being surrounded by characters I cared about for the first time since the original Black Ops and Modern Warfare...the 7 hour-or-so campaign elevates this entry over the others. Most CoD fans are here for the multiplayer though, and sadly not much has changed in that regard. I like it more than Black Ops III, but I'm still disappointed they didn't borrow some creativeness from their singleplayer campaign. What fun fighting in space could have been...still, if you appreciate a good campaign, Infinite Warfare may wash some of the bad taste out that other CoDs may have left in your mouth. If you're new to the series, you may even enjoy it more.

    I would recommend this to a friend

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