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Call of Duty Infinite Warfare (PS4/Xbox One) £19.99 @ GAME

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Infinity Ward, the award-winning studio that helped to create the blockbuster Call of Duty franchise, reaches new heights with Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare. At its core, Infinite Warfare returns to … Read More
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Infinity Ward, the award-winning studio that helped to 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 centre stage as told through an unfolding large-scale war and epic battles that deliver an authentic Call of Duty experience.

Packing three unique game modes: Campaign, Multiplayer, and Zombies, there is something for every Call of Duty fan. 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 gripping environments never before seen in the franchise.

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[HUKD Deal Editor] 45 Likes
Personally wouldn't pay £1.99 for it (OK, I might do). BUT even Activision must have had a feeling how this failing product was coming to an end. Why else would they slap a gaming great behind a stupid paywall.

We say it like they owe us something, but EA actually gave the gamers what they wanted this year, and they succeeded. Battlefield is awesome, it's absolutely brilliant for it's initial reasons, play it, you'll see.

At £19.99 it's hard to say "Don't buy this game, Activision don't give a **** about what you think". In true reality, if Activision did care (read: listen) they'd have given us World at War (2?) a long time ago, instead they kept **** about trying to recreate Titanfall and stopped realising what Call of Duty actually was. Let's go back, let's think about WaW, MW and Black OPS (1), the games that were actually good.

Thank you EA for Battlefield 1, and thank you Respawn (EA) for Titanfall 2. **** you Activision, nobody cares about Infinite Warfare and/or Modern Warfare: Remastered (behind your blatant paywall).

(Heat added still, good price, I guess)
11 Likes
escortboy
Wow! Glitch or actual price? :O


Glitch! Should be £1.99 as Buzz (wanted to) say. (_;)
6 Likes
wow some real childish comments on this thread. I expect the big gobs I wouldn't pay the 1.99 for this haven't even played the game. its pathetic get ober it, its a game ffs and a rather good one at that.

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2 Likes #1
wow already under 20 X)
4 Likes #2
Dropping like a lead balloon
[HUKD Deal Editor] 45 Likes #3
Personally wouldn't pay £1.99 for it (OK, I might do). BUT even Activision must have had a feeling how this failing product was coming to an end. Why else would they slap a gaming great behind a stupid paywall.

We say it like they owe us something, but EA actually gave the gamers what they wanted this year, and they succeeded. Battlefield is awesome, it's absolutely brilliant for it's initial reasons, play it, you'll see.

At £19.99 it's hard to say "Don't buy this game, Activision don't give a **** about what you think". In true reality, if Activision did care (read: listen) they'd have given us World at War (2?) a long time ago, instead they kept **** about trying to recreate Titanfall and stopped realising what Call of Duty actually was. Let's go back, let's think about WaW, MW and Black OPS (1), the games that were actually good.

Thank you EA for Battlefield 1, and thank you Respawn (EA) for Titanfall 2. **** you Activision, nobody cares about Infinite Warfare and/or Modern Warfare: Remastered (behind your blatant paywall).

(Heat added still, good price, I guess)
#4
Wow! Glitch or actual price? :O
11 Likes #5
escortboy
Wow! Glitch or actual price? :O


Glitch! Should be £1.99 as Buzz (wanted to) say. (_;)
#6
What is zombies like on this playing solo?
1 Like #7
Juzza12
What is zombies like on this playing solo?

Boring!
2 Likes #8
BuzzDuraband
Personally wouldn't pay £1.99 for it (OK, I might do). BUT even Activision must have had a feeling how this failing product was coming to an end. Why else would they slap a gaming great behind a stupid paywall.
We say it like they owe us something, but EA actually gave the gamers what they wanted this year, and they succeeded. Battlefield is awesome, it's absolutely brilliant for it's initial reasons, play it, you'll see.
At £19.99 it's hard to say "Don't buy this game, Activision don't give a **** about what you think". In true reality, if Activision did care (read: listen) they'd have given us World at War (2?) a long time ago, instead they kept **** about trying to recreate Titanfall and stopped realising what Call of Duty actually was. Let's go back, let's think about WaW, MW and Black OPS (1), the games that were actually good.
Thank you EA for Battlefield 1, and thank you Respawn (EA) for Titanfall 2. **** you Activision, nobody cares about Infinite Warfare and/or Modern Warfare: Remastered (behind your blatant paywall).
(Heat added still, good price, I guess)

I wholeheartedly agree with you on Battlefield 1 and CoD, but infinite Warfare can hardly be called a failure! It occupies the top two spaces of the all format chart the week before Christmas, as depressing as that is considering some of the released these past few months.

UK individual formats chart – 17 December
1 (1) Call Of Duty: Infinite Warfare (PS4)
2 (2) Call Of Duty: Infinite Warfare (XO)
3 (4) FIFA 17 (XO)
4 (13)Watch Dogs 2 (PS4)
5 (8) FIFA 17 (PS4)
6 (7) Battlefield 1 (XO)
7 (6) Battlefield 1 (PS4)
8 (15)Grand Theft Auto V (PS4)
9 (11)Final Fantasy XV (PS4)
10(9) Pokémon Sun (3DS)


Read more: http://metro.co.uk/2016/12/19/cod-infinite-warfare-tops-christmas-top-10-games-charts-17-december-6332105/#ixzz4TcKfBZcV
#9
is it instore too?
2 Likes #10
Terrible game wish I didn't buy it normally love cod but this one is awful but BF1 and save yourself the ball ache
banned 1 Like #11
Worth a shot at this price, if you don't like it you can sell it and make some money back.. but I'm pretty sure you will enjoy the campaign, it's amazing! CoD hasn't delivered a bad campaign with the exception of bo3
[HUKD Deal Editor] 3 Likes #12
anlygi
I wholeheartedly agree with you on Battlefield 1 and CoD, but infinite Warfare can hardly be called a failure! It occupies the top two spaces of the all format chart the week before Christmas, as depressing as that is considering some of the released these past few months.
UK individual formats chart – 17 December
1 (1) Call Of Duty: Infinite Warfare (PS4)
2 (2) Call Of Duty: Infinite Warfare (XO)

I'm sorry, but to me, that means nothing. Over the years Activision have acquired a heard of sheep, unfortunately, they have created that ridiculous gaming chart. There are FAR better titles available at this time of year than this failing shower of ****. Damn, even the ever repetitive FIFA is more popular than this crap.

That wasn't my point though. AV knew what was happening this year, hence their hiding of MW behind IW. I'd like to be professional when I say it, but I can't. **** Activision and **** their paywall :)
#13
I wouldn't personally buy it but it's a great price. Hopefully we get a Modern Warfare remastered standalone at this price :D
2 Likes #14
BuzzDuraband
anlygi
I wholeheartedly agree with you on Battlefield 1 and CoD, but infinite Warfare can hardly be called a failure! It occupies the top two spaces of the all format chart the week before Christmas, as depressing as that is considering some of the released these past few months.
UK individual formats chart – 17 December
1 (1) Call Of Duty: Infinite Warfare (PS4)
2 (2) Call Of Duty: Infinite Warfare (XO)

I'm sorry, but to me, that means nothing. Over the years Activision have acquired a heard of sheep, unfortunately, they have created that ridiculous gaming chart. There are FAR better titles available at this time of year than this failing shower of ****. Damn, even the ever repetitive FIFA is more popular than this crap.

That wasn't my point though. AV knew what was happening this year, hence their hiding of MW behind IW. I'd like to be professional when I say it, but I can't. **** Activision and **** their paywall :)


Bam baby! I'm with you. :D

http://67.media.tumblr.com/16121a0b4eb98620bf9766f0453dfea3/tumblr_inline_of2cu6rxR51snw80n_500.gif
2 Likes #15
BuzzDuraband
anlygi
I wholeheartedly agree with you on Battlefield 1 and CoD, but infinite Warfare can hardly be called a failure! It occupies the top two spaces of the all format chart the week before Christmas, as depressing as that is considering some of the released these past few months.
UK individual formats chart – 17 December
1 (1) Call Of Duty: Infinite Warfare (PS4)
2 (2) Call Of Duty: Infinite Warfare (XO)
I'm sorry, but to me, that means nothing. Over the years Activision have acquired a heard of sheep, unfortunately, they have created that ridiculous gaming chart. There are FAR better titles available at this time of year than this failing shower of ****. Damn, even the ever repetitive FIFA is more popular than this crap.
That wasn't my point though. AV knew what was happening this year, hence their hiding of MW behind IW. I'd like to be professional when I say it, but I can't. **** Activision and **** their paywall :)

I wouldn't mind a blast at Modern Warfare myself but I also refuse to be a victim of their underhand tactic to shift more copies of this or willing to give up 130GB of my hard drive to it. I'm sure the mugs that paid £70 for it only for the back end to fall out of the price of it within weeks feel dirty!
1 Like #16
BuzzDuraband
Personally wouldn't pay £1.99 for it (OK, I might do). BUT even Activision must have had a feeling how this failing product was coming to an end. Why else would they slap a gaming great behind a stupid paywall.
We say it like they owe us something, but EA actually gave the gamers what they wanted this year, and they succeeded. Battlefield is awesome, it's absolutely brilliant for it's initial reasons, play it, you'll see.
At £19.99 it's hard to say "Don't buy this game, Activision don't give a **** about what you think". In true reality, if Activision did care (read: listen) they'd have given us World at War (2?) a long time ago, instead they kept **** about trying to recreate Titanfall and stopped realising what Call of Duty actually was. Let's go back, let's think about WaW, MW and Black OPS (1), the games that were actually good.
Thank you EA for Battlefield 1, and thank you Respawn (EA) for Titanfall 2. **** you Activision, nobody cares about Infinite Warfare and/or Modern Warfare: Remastered (behind your blatant paywall).
(Heat added still, good price, I guess)

I agree with most of what you said but i would definitely buy this game for about £15 after playing the free trail (thanks for pointing that out) i enjoyed the MP more than BL3 mainly because in BL3 i felt i was losing unfairly as i would infrequently play and i felt my lower level rating was severely under powered and i kept dying to drones robotic spiders etc where as in IW it felt more like battlefield so you had a better fighting chance from the get go vs a leveled up player.

The funny thing is COD is meant to have 3 separate devs in a cycle but the template of IW was a near identical to BL3 but with worse MP maps and bare bones local coop features, BF1 is far superior.

My best guess is battlefield will go WW2 next so i can't see COD going back in time to make a WAW2 but i really do hope they will make a MWF4 without all this robotic crap that they fill their games up with now.
[HUKD Deal Editor]#17
burningmoney77
BuzzDuraband
Personally wouldn't pay £1.99 for it (OK, I might do). BUT even Activision must have had a feeling how this failing product was coming to an end. Why else would they slap a gaming great behind a stupid paywall.
We say it like they owe us something, but EA actually gave the gamers what they wanted this year, and they succeeded. Battlefield is awesome, it's absolutely brilliant for it's initial reasons, play it, you'll see.
At £19.99 it's hard to say "Don't buy this game, Activision don't give a **** about what you think". In true reality, if Activision did care (read: listen) they'd have given us World at War (2?) a long time ago, instead they kept **** about trying to recreate Titanfall and stopped realising what Call of Duty actually was. Let's go back, let's think about WaW, MW and Black OPS (1), the games that were actually good.
Thank you EA for Battlefield 1, and thank you Respawn (EA) for Titanfall 2. **** you Activision, nobody cares about Infinite Warfare and/or Modern Warfare: Remastered (behind your blatant paywall).
(Heat added still, good price, I guess)
I agree with most of what you said but i would definitely buy this game for about £15 after playing the free trail (thanks for pointing that out) i enjoyed the MP more than BL3 mainly because in BL3 i felt i was losing unfairly as i would infrequently play and i felt my lower level rating was severely under powered and i kept dying to drones robotic spiders etc where as in IW it felt more like battlefield so you had a better fighting chance from the get go vs a leveled up player.
The funny thing is COD is meant to have 3 separate devs in a cycle but the template of IW was a near identical to BL3 but with worse MP maps and bare bones local coop features, BF1 is far superior.
My best guess is battlefield will go WW2 next so i can't see COD going back in time to make a WAW2 but i really do hope they will make a MWF4 without all this robotic crap that they fill their games up with now.

I'd like to say Activision aren't stupid, but we both (all) know they are. But, the reality is that I think they have learnt from this mess. Infinite Warfare was the most disliked trailer EVER on YouTube. Regardless of the fact they wanted to admit it, they knew it was the case. It's **** for them, it's great for us. Hopefully they will stop tittying about with what the think is the way forward, and start to appreciate that WE know the way forward.

Sadly, WaW2 will look like a blatant rip off of BF1, but, if they do it as they did back in the day, Modern Warfare 4 could be **** (that will show as four letters, but I used 7 letters, beginning with f and ending in g) AWESOME. Bring it back Activision. Make CoD what it was :)
6 Likes #18
wow some real childish comments on this thread. I expect the big gobs I wouldn't pay the 1.99 for this haven't even played the game. its pathetic get ober it, its a game ffs and a rather good one at that.
[HUKD Deal Editor] 1 Like #19
timhughes505
wow some real childish comments on this thread. I expect the big gobs I wouldn't pay the 1.99 for this haven't even played the game. its pathetic get ober it, its a game ffs and a rather good one at that.

You're correct. I haven't played the game, I've stated why above. I'm not sure why that would make me "childish"?
#20
does this come with mw remastered or do you have to get a special edition for that?
#21
BuzzDuraband
timhughes505
wow some real childish comments on this thread. I expect the big gobs I wouldn't pay the 1.99 for this haven't even played the game. its pathetic get ober it, its a game ffs and a rather good one at that.
You're correct. I haven't played the game, I've stated why above. I'm not sure why that would make me "childish"?
I've played it, along with Titanfall 2 as mentioned in here and I agree with every one of these so called "childish" comments yours is aimed at.
1 Like #22
Babies on this thread... your opinion doesn't represent the entire population. Cod is a solid series of games
4 Likes #23
I've got the legacy edition and find myself on IW way more than MW.

IW is way more slick and refined than the mess that is MW, it really hasn't aged well at all.

With regards to Battlefield, it's good if you're in a squad but the novelty wears off incredibly quickly if you're playing solo. The game is frustrating and not really a cod competitor.

Titanfall 2 is good if you want a non-serious shooter, it's fun and plays well. However, I see the benefit in having AI in multiplayer but for me it ruins the competitive nature of the game. I also prefer it without Titans... Lol.

If I was to give each a label;
Most accessible - Titanfall
Most enjoyed solo - Cod
Most enjoyed with squad - BF

Overall I prefer Cod though, don't see why people are complaining tbh.
#24
BuzzDuraband
burningmoney77
BuzzDuraband
Personally wouldn't pay £1.99 for it (OK, I might do). BUT even Activision must have had a feeling how this failing product was coming to an end. Why else would they slap a gaming great behind a stupid paywall.
We say it like they owe us something, but EA actually gave the gamers what they wanted this year, and they succeeded. Battlefield is awesome, it's absolutely brilliant for it's initial reasons, play it, you'll see.
At £19.99 it's hard to say "Don't buy this game, Activision don't give a **** about what you think". In true reality, if Activision did care (read: listen) they'd have given us World at War (2?) a long time ago, instead they kept **** about trying to recreate Titanfall and stopped realising what Call of Duty actually was. Let's go back, let's think about WaW, MW and Black OPS (1), the games that were actually good.
Thank you EA for Battlefield 1, and thank you Respawn (EA) for Titanfall 2. **** you Activision, nobody cares about Infinite Warfare and/or Modern Warfare: Remastered (behind your blatant paywall).
(Heat added still, good price, I guess)
I agree with most of what you said but i would definitely buy this game for about £15 after playing the free trail (thanks for pointing that out) i enjoyed the MP more than BL3 mainly because in BL3 i felt i was losing unfairly as i would infrequently play and i felt my lower level rating was severely under powered and i kept dying to drones robotic spiders etc where as in IW it felt more like battlefield so you had a better fighting chance from the get go vs a leveled up player.
The funny thing is COD is meant to have 3 separate devs in a cycle but the template of IW was a near identical to BL3 but with worse MP maps and bare bones local coop features, BF1 is far superior.
My best guess is battlefield will go WW2 next so i can't see COD going back in time to make a WAW2 but i really do hope they will make a MWF4 without all this robotic crap that they fill their games up with now.
I'd like to say Activision aren't stupid, but we both (all) know they are. But, the reality is that I think they have learnt from this mess. Infinite Warfare was the most disliked trailer EVER on YouTube. Regardless of the fact they wanted to admit it, they knew it was the case. It's **** for them, it's great for us. Hopefully they will stop tittying about with what the think is the way forward, and start to appreciate that WE know the way forward.
Sadly, WaW2 will look like a blatant rip off of BF1, but, if they do it as they did back in the day, Modern Warfare 4 could be **** (that will show as four letters, but I used 7 letters, beginning with f and ending in g) AWESOME. Bring it back Activision. Make CoD what it was :)

Compared to BF1 the IW trailer was dreadful but hopefully they can finally learn some lessens like Microsoft did with their **** up at E3 2013, but then again Activision do seem rather stubborn/stupid.
3 Likes #25
PJM0803
Worth a shot at this price, if you don't like it you can sell it and make some money back.. but I'm pretty sure you will enjoy the campaign, it's amazing! CoD hasn't delivered a bad campaign with the exception of bo3

Im pretty sure you wont be making any money back.
2 Likes #26
Anchico
Babies on this thread... your opinion doesn't represent the entire population. Cod is a solid series of games
No, just those with sense and decent taste in games ;)
#27
Few hours of the beta was more than enough for me.
1 Like #28
LOL how bad must the game be that the COD in the title can't even shift these. I have bought every COD since MW except this.
4 Likes #29
I'd rather save the 20qwid and put it towards a brass on the lads yearly tour to Amsterdam. Atleast I get to blow my load on something decent then.
1 Like #30
SLAMaLAMB
I'd rather save the 20qwid and put it towards a brass on the lads yearly tour to Amsterdam. Atleast I get to blow my load on something decent then.


2edgy4me
1 Like #31
Heat for value but COD games are basic bitch entry level **** for teenagers and casuals. If you like the franchise, play it, but understand it's a generic FPS with little to no integrity. They have built a reputation and in turn the power to shove it in your face and convince the masses that it's a must have, that's why it's top of gaming charts, it has **** all to do with the quality of the game.

I adored CoD back in the day though, and pine for the simplicity of MW1/2 again. BO1 and MW3 were ok but the shift in their marketing/angle became so obvious.

Would love them to return to WW2 but themselves, MOH and Battlefield exhausted that theme back in early to mid 2000s.
2 Likes #32
I have just finished the campaign and won't go near the multiplayer. I'm more of a story driven gamer.

However the campaign is really enjoyable and easily worth £20.
#33
jg213
is it instore too?
Yep - looks like instore and online price
#34
Picked it up for £24 recently. Darn. Hot deal though!
1 Like #35
Justsuperman
Terrible game wish I didn't buy it normally love cod but this one is awful but BF1 and save yourself the ball ache


same mate I had the game a day and ended up buying battlefield
#36
Juzza12
What is zombies like on this playing solo?


its good but if you want the EE its hard, gotta plant and defend com sites from fast moving hordes of zombies for 60secs. 80secs then dunno about third cause ive done 2 solo, advice is keep and pap your starter pistol!!
1 Like #37
BuzzDuraband
Personally wouldn't pay £1.99 for it (OK, I might do). BUT even Activision must have had a feeling how this failing product was coming to an end. Why else would they slap a gaming great behind a stupid paywall.
We say it like they owe us something, but EA actually gave the gamers what they wanted this year, and they succeeded. Battlefield is awesome, it's absolutely brilliant for it's initial reasons, play it, you'll see.
At £19.99 it's hard to say "Don't buy this game, Activision don't give a **** about what you think". In true reality, if Activision did care (read: listen) they'd have given us World at War (2?) a long time ago, instead they kept **** about trying to recreate Titanfall and stopped realising what Call of Duty actually was. Let's go back, let's think about WaW, MW and Black OPS (1), the games that were actually good.
Thank you EA for Battlefield 1, and thank you Respawn (EA) for Titanfall 2. **** you Activision, nobody cares about Infinite Warfare and/or Modern Warfare: Remastered (behind your blatant paywall).
(Heat added still, good price, I guess)
Well done! You got an A* for that essay!
#38
I did try that 5 day "demo", wasn't impressed at all, graphic is bad, no story at all. Wondering why people buy this? :)

Heat for the price tho.
#39
BuzzDuraband
anlygi
I wholeheartedly agree with you on Battlefield 1 and CoD, but infinite Warfare can hardly be called a failure! It occupies the top two spaces of the all format chart the week before Christmas, as depressing as that is considering some of the released these past few months.
UK individual formats chart – 17 December
1 (1) Call Of Duty: Infinite Warfare (PS4)
2 (2) Call Of Duty: Infinite Warfare (XO)

I'm sorry, but to me, that means nothing. Over the years Activision have acquired a heard of sheep, unfortunately, they have created that ridiculous gaming chart. There are FAR better titles available at this time of year than this failing shower of ****. Damn, even the ever repetitive FIFA is more popular than this crap.

That wasn't my point though. AV knew what was happening this year, hence their hiding of MW behind IW. I'd like to be professional when I say it, but I can't. **** Activision and **** their paywall :)


I agree,the charts seem to be made up of re-hashes of the same games and I don't ever rely on it as to whether I want to buy a game or not :)
#40
I wonder if they will do World at War 2 next year after the success of this years Battlefield... if they do I do t think they will sell many as out of principal no one will still buy the game as the people will say it's a copy of Battlefield. I don't think Activision can win any more (not that I care!)

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