Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare’s opening mission demoed in 13-minute video

Call of Duty Infinite Warfare

Infinity Ward have been at San Diego Comic Con this week with their upcoming Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare. As part of the hype build, the studio have put together a 13-minute video showing off plenty of continuous footage from the game’s first mission.

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The lengthy video shows the game’s central character Lt. Reyes battle the evil Settlement Defense Front in futuristic Geneva, before jumping into a Jackal fighter jet and seamlessly blasting off into orbit to take the fight to the enemy’s fleet.

In many ways the footage is the Call of Duty you’ve known for years; fast action, multiple kills, and intricately-animated weapon reloads. The futuristic setting opens the doors for some more interesting attack methods, too. While this video doesn’t show the promised grapple hook or mag-lock boots, it does have a nifty shotgun that appears to be able to lock its pellet spread onto body masses when using the holographic sight. There’s also spider bombs, and who doesn’t love them?

The outer-space sections also appear to feature flight that’s not on-rails, with plenty of circling and strafing among floating debris.

If all this has your attention grabbed, you may want to know that if you pre-order Infinite Warfare you can get a sci-fi reimagining of Modern Warfare 2’s Terminal map.