A complete guide for Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare.
The verdict is in, and this year’s Call of Duty is a bit of a damp squib- a step down from the recovery path that the series had started on with 2014’s Advanced Warfare and last year’s Black Ops 3. But no matter what, there will be millions of players playing the game regardless- and if you find the prospect of going up against all of them daunting, then you are at the right place.
This guide to Call of Duty will walk you through everything in Infinite Warfare. From leveling up and gaining XP quickly to a guide to classes and perks, from a guide to earning salvage quickly to multiplayer tips and tricks, from a guide to equipment to locations for equipment upgrades, weapon scans, death letters, and armory locations, to all the Achievements and Trophies in the game, this guide covers it all. Let’s get started, then.
LEVELING UP AND GAINING XP QUICKLY
Your level is central to your progress in multiplayer in Call of Duty, and you level up by gaining XP. So you want to try and level up as quickly as possible- the videos below suggest some tips for doing just that. None of them suggest anything illegal, or anything that might compromise the integrity of the game- just some general tips and suggestions that should help you maximize your XP gain from each game that you play.
Infinite Warfare has six classes, known as Rigs. Each Rig has three Payloads and three traits that need to be picked before combat- collectively, you can have over 50 different configurations, ensuring that no two players on the field are going to be alike.
The six Rigs in Infinite Warfare are:
Perks are the signature mechanic of Call of Duty multiplayer- arguably the reason that the series took off with Modern Warfare back in 2007 at all. Perks are there to help counter other perks, equipment, and can even counter scorestreaks. A guide to the Perks in Infinite Warfare follows:
GHOST: Makes you invisible to UAV and radar pings
OVERCLOCK: Payload charges faster
TAC RESIST: Makes you more immune to flash and stun
HARDINE: Lets you gain bonus points for each kill up to 8 kills. 2 Assists give you the same bonus
MOMENTUM: Lets you run progressively faster. Jumping, sliding, and wall running reset your momentum
RECON: Larger area appears on minimap- a single radar sweep when a standard enemy UAV appears and another when it dies is made available
BLIND EYE: Undetectable by air and ground AI detection systems
BLAST SHIELD: Increases your resistance to explosion damage
DEXTERITY Lets you switch and reload weapons faster
TRACKER: See recent enemy trails, including cloaked enemy trails
COLD BLOODED: Invisible to thermal detection systems
SCAVENGER: Resupplies ammo from dead players
GUNG HO: Lets you shoot, use equipment and scorestreaks while sprinting
MARKSMAN: Lets you acquire enemy names from increased distance. Reduced flinch, so your usage of sniper weapons and all other weapons benefits
ENGINEER: Lets you detect enemy equipment and scorestreaks through walls. You can also plant bombs stealthily in bomb objective modes
DEAD SILENCE: Silences your footsteps and jump packs
PINPOINT: Outlines enemies when you are attacking or taking damage
HARDWIRED: Immune to EMP. Also blocks you from being outlined by enemies
EARNING SALVAGE QUICKLY
If you want to earn salvage quickly, you’re in the right place- the two videos below share some tips and tricks to earn salvage quickly and maximize your yield.
There’s a lot of equipment to find in Infinite Warfare– offensive, defensive, tactical, you name it. The equipment you find and how you choose to utilize it could legitimately change the course of a game. The video below walks you through the new equipment in the game.
MULTIPLAYER TIPS AND TRICKS
Call of Duty is generally an easy game to get into- the skill ceiling is pretty high, but the barriers to entry are low or non existent. A few games can be enough to get the feel of things and start doing well- but if you want some starting primers and tips, so you don’t go in completely blind and make a fool of yourself as a result, we got you. Here’s some general suggestions for you that will always come in handy:
Learn the perks. We said it before, we’ll say it again- perks are the central mechanic in Call of Duty, and the entire game is built around them. Learn the perks, understand what they do, when best to use them, and how they might be countered. Understanding perks can mean the difference between victory and crushing defeat.
Always keep moving. If you stay in one place, you’re an easy target. No matter what, keep moving- move from cover to cover, move from vantage point to vantage point if you’re a sniper, and if you get hit, move as quickly as you can so you don’t get shot again and die as a result.
Experiment! There’s loads of different rig loadouts, and you have over 50 combinations to try out. If you aren’t doing too well at the moment, try a different loadout- something might just click.
EQUIPMENT UPGRADE LOCATIONS
Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare has 12 Equipment Upgrades scattered across 9 Armory Locations. The video below shows you where to find them all.
WEAPON SCAN LOCATIONS
There are 22 Weapon Locations in Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare, and the video below shows you where to find them all.
Watch the video below to know exactly where to find all the Letters of the Fallen.
There are 12 Equipment upgrades in Call of Duty Infinite Warfare, spread across 9 different locations. The video below will show you where these are.
Complete Rising Threat.
Complete Black Sky.
Operation Port Armor
Complete Operation Port Armor.
Operation Burn Water
Complete Operation Burn Water.
Operation Dark Quarry
Complete Operation Dark Quarry.
Operation Black Flag
Complete Operation Black Flag.
Operation Blood Storm
Complete Operation Blood Storm.
The Longest Day
Complete all Single Player missions on Veteran.
Operation Taken Dagger
Complete Operation Taken Dagger.
Complete Operation Phoenix.
Complete Operation D-Con.
Operation Deep Execute
Complete Operation Deep Execute.
Targets of Opportunity
Complete all ship boarding side missions.
Operation Safe Harbor
Complete Operation Safe Harbor.
Operation Pure Threat
Complete Operation Pure Threat.
Operation Grave Robber
Complete Operation Grave Robber.
Operation Sudden Death
Complete Operation Sudden Death.
Operation Trace Kill
Complete Operation Trace Kill.
Complete all Jackal-only side missions.
New Gun Collector
Scan your first weapon!
Serious Gun Collector
Scan 10 weapons.
All weapons scanned.
Peace to the Fallen
Listened to all of the death letters of the fallen.
Make it Personal
Load out with a custom weapon.
Find your first equipment upgrade.
Earn all equipment upgrades.
Earn your first Jackal item (weapon or upgrade).
Earn all Jackal weapons and upgrades.
Get your first kill on the most-wanted board.
Clear half of the most-wanted board.
All SDF Aces and Captains killed.
Kill 15 enemies with a zero G grappling hook.
Use the computer in the Captain’s office.
In Spaceland, find all of the quest items and complete the sticker pack.
In Spaceland, recover the piece of the Soul Key.
The Bigger They Are
In Spaceland, defeat 5 Brutes in one game without dying.
In Spaceland, craft a Weapon of Rock.
In Spaceland Pack-A-Punch a weapon.
Batteries Not Included
In Spaceland, create an Exquisite Core.
In Spaceland, play every Arcade game at least once.
In Spaceland, play 30 games and get to scene 10.
Win 5 online matches in Multiplayer.
You Know Nothing
Kill Kotch before his speech ends.
Watch a news cast.
Boots on the Ground
Go 2 minutes without double jumping or wall running in a mission where these abilities are available
Kick open a door, peek open a door, and throw a grenade while peeking a door.
Kill an enemy while floating in your own anti-gravity grenade.
Kill 3 C12s all 3 ways in one playthrough (right rodeo, left rodeo, and self destruct)
Hoff The Charts!
In Spaceland, unlock David Hasselhoff.
I Love the 80s
In Spaceland, find the MW1 and MW2 songs.