Infinite Warfare Trailer Officially The 2nd Most Disliked Video On Youtube

Infinite Warfare Trailer Officially The 2nd Most Disliked Video On Youtube

Infinite Warfare Trailer Officially The 2nd Most Disliked Video On Youtube

At this point, the Call of Duty Infinite Warfare trailer has become both a meme and a unusual game of sorts, as a lot of people visit the video daily just to check on the progress of the dislike bar. With Modern Warfare's ninth anniversary fast approaching, developer Infinity Ward is taking the franchise further away from reality than ever before, venturing into space and into the realms of sci-fi. The store also lists a May 17 release date at $29.99, and only for PS3 and Xbox 360. The YouTube listing has now amassed a whopping 1,380,000 dislikes, and sits at the fifth most disliked YouTube video ever. The original game was released in 2014 for Microsoft Windows and the Xbox One.

The Call of Duty Infinite Warfare trailer is breaking all sorts of records as it continues its ascend to the top of a very special list. What exactly will it feel like to control a soldier in space?

Players hoping for a stand-alone release for Modern Warfare Remastered are out of luck, however, as Activision revealed that the game will only be bundled with Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare, and will not be sold separately.

"Not a lot of game play has been shown off between both games, but I'd probably have to say (I'd choose) Battlefield 1". However, its 1.5 million vote-downs make it one of the most unpopular promotional videos, giving the poorest rating to the gaming video in the history of YouTube.

We've already seen the game's futuristic fighter jet, leading many to assume these sections will be on-rails only, similar to the way previous games in the series have done vehicle sections.

Based on this information, it seems like "BO3's" wall-running aspect as well as the double-jumping action will most likely come back for another year. With that in mind, once Infinite Warfare's multiplayer beta goes live, most fans should get a better idea of what kind of gameplay Infinity Ward's latest entry in the Call of Duty franchise holds.

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