Activision and Infinity Ward release a brand new in-game cinematic trailer for Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare that introduces Captain Nick Reyes as a character.

Despite the hate and negativity surroundingĀ Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare‘s trailers and advertising materials, both the game’s publisher Activision and the title’s developer Infinity Ward continue to press on by releasing fresh assets to promote the forthcoming first-person shooter to the public. The companies’ most recent effort to shed light on what Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare contains is a brand new in-game cinematic that provides a closer look at the game’s protagonist Captain Nick Reyes.

As seen below, the latest Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare trailer is entitled “Long Live the Captain,” and it offers a glimpse at what players will encounter in terms of the title’s plot, as Lieutenant Nick Reyes is effectively field-promoted to Captain while aboard the UNSA Retribution. The protagonist’s step up in the military chain of command was put into action after SetDef attacked SATO forces and left them struggling to recover, with the original Captain having died during the fight.

As Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare fans should expect, the graphics for the latest cinematic are top-notch. This is due in part to Infinity Ward’s use of high-quality motion capture technology to put the likes of actor Brian Bloom in the shoes of Captain Reyes, and the previously announced Kit Harington in the role of game’s main villain.

Furthermore, the Infinite Warfare trailer reminds Call of Duty fans about the chance to obtain the Terminal bonus map for the game’s multiplayer mode when the title launches this fall. In order for players to get the revamped area from Modern Warfare 2, one must pre-order Infinite Warfare on disc or digital download prior to its release date of November 4, 2016.


For those Infinite Warfare fans who are more interested in getting a better idea of what the title’s gameplay will contain instead of delving into the story, Activision and Infinity Ward previously put out a trailer featuring space combat that showed off aerial dogfighting and conflicts against other soldiers in zero-gravity gun battles. Of course, as is the case with the majority of promotional materials, one must keep a discerning and skeptical eye due to the fact that publishers and developers only release the most polished of assets before any product’s launch.

At any rate, considering the fact that Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare still has a ways to go before its release this November, Activision and Infinity Ward will undoubtedly give fans even more to digest in the weeks and months ahead. More than likely, though, the publisher and developer will reserve some of its biggest news for the game in September for this year’s Call of Duty XP event, as the companies have already declared a multiplayer preview for both Infinite Warfare andĀ Modern Warfare Remastered at the annual affair.

Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare is set to release on November 4, 2016 for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.

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