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This weekend, it’s time to answer the Call Of Duty… in space!

Kit Harington is the celebrity villain in this year's Call Of Duty. Screenshot: Official Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare – Story Trailer
Kit Harington is the celebrity villain in this year's Call Of Duty. Screenshot: Official Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare – Story Trailer

Howdy, Gameologinauts, and welcome to our weekly community thread for the discussion of sweet, sweet weekend gaming plans and your recent gaming glories. With Battlefield 1 and Titanfall 2’s surprisingly great story modes out of the way, this weekend it looks like I’ll be continuing my march through the year’s big first-person shooter releases by answering the ole Call Of Duty. Infinite Warfare is actually the first Call Of Duty game I’ve been interested in playing in a long time. Instead of the half steps the series has taken in recent years, this looks like a full-on dive into science fiction. It’s all-out dude-bro warfare in space, with dude-bro robots and dude-bro starship pilots, which sounds pretty good to me. Going into it after the exceptional romp that was Titanfall 2, it has a hard act to follow, but I’m looking forward to staring into the dreamy, lifeless eyes of maniacal space Jon Snow.

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