Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare Is Using ‘Unique Tech,’ Which Will Be Revealed Later

More to it than meets the eye?

Posted By | On 08th, May. 2016 Under News | Follow This Author @Pramath1605


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The newest Call of Duty game, Infinite Warfare, looks like a bit of a disappointment. It’s not the game’s premise, or the direction that the series is taking- though that is apparently a point of contention among the fans, too. No, the big problem here is just how the game looks– especially after the mind blowing reveal of DICE’s Battlefield 1, it looks decidedly last generation. Arguably, it does not even look as impressive as the previous Call of Duty game, the Treyarch developed Black Ops 3.

However, according to Infinity Ward, Infinite Warfare is using some kind of unique technology, that we aren’t privy to yet. However, this new technology will be revealed later- possibly after E3.

What the tech is is currently unknown. It’s entirely possible it is what is enabling the kind of seamless gameplay across land based and space combat that we have seen in Infinite Warfare‘s trailer. Hopefully, it is also something that is currently being worked on, so that the final game looks better than what we have seen so far.


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  • kee1haul

    Unique tech, 12 year old engine.

    • d0x360

      Older actually. The engine that powers cod has always been the quake 3 engine.

      Yes they have modified it and updated it so it can take advantage of new technology but that core is still the same and when the core of an engine hasn’t changed in that long a span of time it begins to show its cracks

      Bethesda has hit the same wall. They have been using gamebryo since morrowind and like cod they always update the rendering pipeline and tweak things and now they call it the creation engine it still has a very old very rotten core.

      The problem with cod is easily solved. Make a new damn engine. They got more than their moneys worth out of id’s ancient engine. Bethesda has a much bigger issue. The one thing gamebryo does right is mods…and sales of fallout and elder scrolls are high because people love to mod them. Can Bethesda make a new engine that fixes all the issues that gave persisted since morrowind and still keep a high level of modding? Sure but it won’t be cheap.

      Funny enough Activision has stuck with the quake 3 engine for the same reasoning. Its super easy to mod and that’s basically all they have done, mod the rendering pipeline

    • kee1haul

      Quake 3?!! And yes, Bethesda need a change too. They haven’t had a good initial release in years.

    • d0x360

      Yea quake 3. I know it sounds insane but its true. Again its been heavily modified but the core is the same and at this point its become incredibly bloated.

      From Activision’s perspective why should they make a new engine? People keep buying the games so basically they invest as little as possible in technology and just tweaking the same engine year after year saves them a ton of money.

    • kee1haul

      Too easy to milk. I’m not getting the next one on principle that I don’t want to be mugged for two games when I only want one.

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  • DanielHsu2

    RIP COD, this game marks the beginning of the end for the Call of Duty franchise. Sales will be strong, but will be descending from BO3 at this point. The next COD or COD after that will be titled Call of Duty: End of Warfare


 

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