Maybe Call of Duty isn't going to live up to what it is any more? Infinite Warfare, the new reveal for this years Call of Duty is getting plenty of attention. But probably for all the wrong reasons. The trailer
, which came out on the 2nd of this month is now hitting 1.8 million dislikes. Making it the most disliked gaming video of all time on YouTube, and the 4th most disliked video of all time.
Gamers are pretty passionate, that's for sure. But how did Activision respond to this? CEO, Eric Hirshberg said. "We've seen this in the franchise before. The reveal trailer for Black Ops II, which took the franchise into the future for the first time, had the most dislikes of any reveal trailer we had ever made at that time. And that, of course, went on to become our most successful game ever."
Well, he isn't wrong. Call of Duty has slowly been going down in sales until Black Ops 3.
With the remaster of Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare, the company does seem to be getting even more backlash, is this just the fans hopping on with the current trend? Maybe, Infinite Warfare might be a lot better than we all think, setting perhaps another new trend?
How will Battlefield 1 stand off? So far, it seems like there has been plenty of positive reactions, especially since DICE officially announced
plenty of information such as it being held in World War 1.
Is it indeed #RIPCod? Is Battlefield 1 going to steal the spotlight and reign as the more popular shooter
this year. Are the old era shooters coming back to set a trend, or is Infinite Warfare going a bit too futuristic? What do you think? Not going to bother with Call of Duty, going to buy Battlefield 1? Post below with your thoughts.