The latest Call of Duty videogame, Infinite Warfare, will be released very soon. If you are planning to pick up the first-person shooter, you have several editions to consider. So what is the best edition to purchase for Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare? If you have trouble coming up with your own decision, you can check out our buying guide below.
The Standard Edition is the cheapest option, followed by the Digital Deluxe Edition and then the Legacy Edition. The Pro Edition is the most expensive one out of the group. You can check out the price tags for all four available options of Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare with the following links on Amazon and GameStop:
About Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare
Infinite Warfare is set in the far future as players will be able to tackle missions in outer space. The game introduces several new gameplay mechanics such as zero-gravity as well as the grappling hook tool. In addition to the traditional ground combat, gamers will be able to partake in space aerial combat.
You can also expect some changes to the competitive multiplayer as well. Along with having futuristic weapons and equipment at your disposal, you will also gain access to the Combat Rigs, which is a class-based system that caters to those who prefer a certain play style whether you like going in guns blazing or prefer a more stealthy approach.
Last but not least, the cooperative zombies mode is also returning as players can now use fate and fortune cards for upgrades.
As you can see, the latest Call of Duty should end up being another solid entry in the popular first-person shooting franchise.
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered
Infinite Warfare isn’t the only Call of Duty title coming out this fall as Activision is also releasing Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered. The enhanced port of Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare comes with the full campaign as well as 16 multiplayer maps, 10 of which will be available at launch while the other 6 is going to be added in by the end of 2016.
Currently, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered can’t be bought separately. Instead, the game is bundled with the Digital Deluxe Edition, Legacy Edition and Pro Edition of Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare. If you are getting a physical version of Infinite Warfare with Modern Warfare Remastered, keep in mind that Modern Warfare Remastered can’t be launched unless the Infinite Warfare is first inserted into your system of choice.
Another element to consider is the Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare Season Pass. This bundle will give you access to four upcoming expansion packs that are coming out in 2017. In addition to new multiplayer maps, each of these DLC also comes with content for the aforementioned zombies mode. Last but not least, the pass includes 10 Rare Supply Drops in addition to 1,000 bonus Salvage points that are used to craft new prototype weapons in the competitive multiplayer modes.
Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare also comes with a few preorder bonuses. One of which is the Terminal Bonus Map while the other is the Zombies in Spaceland Pack (which comes with an animated player card, weapon camo as well as five fate and fortune cards). So, if you are interested in these digital extras, you should think about preordering the game.
The Standard Edition of Infinite Warfare comes with just the game (as well as the Terminal Bonus Map and Zombies in Spaceland Pack if you preorder in advance). Thus, it’s perfect if you are only interested in playing the first-person shooter for as cheap of a price as possible at launch.You can purchase the Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare Standard Edition here.
Digital Deluxe Edition
The Digital Deluxe Edition of the latest Call of Duty installment comes with the digital version of Infinite Warfare, its season pass as well as the aforementioned digital release of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered. If you are getting all three anyway, then you should definitely check out this bundle as you will save a lot of cash as opposed to buying each item separately.Buy the Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare Digital Deluxe Edition with this link.
The Legacy Edition has a physical copy of the upcoming first-person shooter in addition to the digital copy of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered. Since the remastered port won’t be sold separately (at least for now), it is unknown if you will be saving any money by buying this bundle as opposed possibly getting the two items separately.The Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare is available for preorder with this page.
Legacy Pro Edition
The most expensive bundle available is the Legacy Pro Edition, which comes with a physical copy of Infinite Warfare, the season pass and digital version of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered. The GameStop-exclusive set also has a collectible steel book and official game soundtrack. So, for a little bit more than the Digital Deluxe Edition, you will be getting a disc copy of Infinite Warfare as well as some extras.Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare Legacy Pro Edition can be purchased with this link on GameStop.
The Standard Edition is the cheapest option available if you don’t care about any of the extras from the more expensive bundles.
If you want the season pass and Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered, however, we highly recommend checking out the Digital Deluxe Edition or Legacy Pro Edition (if you don’t mind paying a higher price for a disc copy in addition to also getting the collectible steel book and official game soundtrack).
The Legacy Edition is for customers who want a physical copy of Infinite Warfare in addition to the digital copy of Modern Warfare Remastered but aren’t interested in the season pass for Infinite Warfare.
All four aforementioned editions for the first-person shooter will be coming out on the 4th of November in the North American region.