The first multiplayer beta for the newest Call of Duty title will begin this Friday for PlayStation 4 owners. To pump up the event, Activision and Infinity Ward have provided a few new details that players can look forward to.
Infinite Warfare will introduce Combat Rigs to the series. These are combat systems that players can choose and customize according to their unique playstyles. Beta participants will have the option of three Rigs, Synaptic, Merc, and Warfighter, including two tactical options for each one.
One of the biggest additions to Infinite Warfare Multiplayer is the introduction of Combat Rigs. These are combat systems, or suits, chosen and worn by the player that provide a customized suite of tactical options. The Rigs are inspired by six distinct play styles and are swappable mid-match to help you take a different approach to the game as it unfolds.
There will be three maps available (Frost, Throwback, and Frontier) for the game modes that will be rotated throughout the beta— Kill Confirmed, Domination, Team Deathmatch, and the all-new Defender mode.
DEFENDER High-stakes game of ‘keep away’
Your team must grab a drone and defend it, gaining points while holding on and keeping it out of enemy hands. Teamwork is essential here in order to make sure your points add up until the drone resets and the cycle starts again.
The beta will also introduce the Mission Teams system that’s likely inspired by the “Factions” from The Last of Us’ online multiplayer mode.While the full game will have four Mission Teams, the beta will only have two available: JTF Wolverines and Orion Initiative. Players can complete missions for their team and earn themselves extra XP, including team-specific bonuses.
See the official blog post for more beta information. Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare is scheduled for a November 4th release.
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