Have Call of Duty Gone Too Far?
Being a Call of Duty fan has been one hell of ride over the years. There are so many good memories of the game with some epic scenes, but are they going too far by making the game into more of a story narrative and adding what seems to be almost an attempt to make the game into a 3 in 1.
In the Infinite War Fair version, the game has certainly changed in a lot of ways. With the way it is driven by a story rather than just pure action seems to have slowed down the game slightly.
However, this may be because the game is looking towards bigger and better things by making into a more memorable game. The Call of Duty franchise is looking towards a more cartoon or animation based story, which could lead to its very own animated series if the new version of the game draws in even more attention.
Where has Infinity Ward gotten its story lines?
They have gone back to older games and taken story lines to add to the Infinite war version.
Is it still a first-person style game?
The problem is that as Call of Duty has always been known as a first person playable game, now it feels more like you are now a third person in the game and the story is being told to you and directed outside of your own control.
Playing War Fair no longer feels like the original vibe of being the first-person as did the previous versions of the game. This is actually a plus as well as a downer for many Call of Duty fans depending on how you look at it.
+ The New Version is Refreshing
We must admit that the new version of the game is most certainly something refreshing. Infinity Ward have tried to make something different out of the game, which kudos to them for trying to improve Call of Duty and keep people interested.
‘- It is not the Call of Duty we all know and love
On a negative side to the way the War Fair version has been designed, as mentioned above, the whole idea of Call of Duty being a first-person style adventure has been redirected to the story narrative version which feels more like you are being controlled and walked through the story by another influencing force.
For those that joined the game when it first appeared, this new look and feel will come as a disappointment to be honest.
Although War Fair is still popular of course, because after all it is Call of Duty, there are still many of us out there that hope this is not the future of Call of Duty. If they switch from first-person to third-person, then I am sure that this will be fine.