'Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare' PS4 news and updates: Futuristic game sequel to finally be released this Nov. 4

(Facebook/CallofDuty)A teaser of an advanced airstrike team called Scorchers, which can bombard an enemy team with a three-pronged laser strafing run for "Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare." 

The renowned action and strategic game series "Call of Duty" is now back for its latest installment, "Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare," which will entail a highly devastating brand new campaign. The futuristic gameplay for the famed game sequel will make its debut this coming Nov. 4.

Infinity Ward, the creator of "Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare," launched a beta for the sequel last Oct. 14 on PlayStation 4 (PS4). The beta will allow the developers to stress test and find out the flaws of their soon-to-be-released game. Overall, the Beta aims to exploit all the weaknesses of the multiplayer game modes, as indicated in a recent post from the official blog of Activision, the publisher of the "Call of Duty" franchise.

Infinity Wards has also expressed their appreciation and heartfelt thanks to the players who aided them in enhancing the "Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare" beta by adding a bunch of new content along with the new map, Precinct and beta game modes called Kill Confirmed and Gun Game.

A new matchmaking system geared toward allowing players to have a smooth and high quality play is introduced in the beta. Furthermore, fans of the game also expect another beta offering to be available for the PC platform, on top of the PS4.  

"Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare" will feature three new game modes. These are Campaign, Multiplayer and Zombies Mode.

The Campaign mode revolves around massive battles against opposing armies. The Multiplayer mode, on the other hand, showcases a highly futuristic warfare scenario. Meanwhile, the team-based Zombies mode immerses players in a gameplay that significantly deviates from all the hardcore battles in the other game modes.