Published: Mon, November 07, 2016
Tech | By Dwayne Harmon

Infinite Warfare releases another update

Infinite Warfare releases another update

Infinite Warfare is out now on PS4, Xbox One, and PC. The price change comes just hours after players have found out that they are unable to play with players that have purchased the Steam version of the game. However, the description in the page reads that Modern Warfare Remastered is available in both the "Digital Legacy" and "Digital Deluxe" editions of Infinite Warfare.

Activision has clarified in an official FAQ that Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare owners who have purchased the game off of Windows Store will only be able to play with other Windows Store users.

According to players who had purchased the game through the Windows Store, the multiplayer component of the game is effectively deserted. We've reached out to Activision and Microsoft for more information and will update this post if we get a response.

Now that the game is out on all platforms, Infinity Ward has released a full list of Prestige Emblems while there is supposedly no Master Prestige that has been discovered as of yet. With all of this in consideration, it would seem to be a wiser choice to buy Infinite Warfare on Steam and ignore the Windows version entirely since the biggest selling point of Call of Duty is playing online with a large community. It turns out that Infinite Warfare players on Windows can not connect to those on Steam, thus effectively cutting them off from the larger Call of Duty community. Regardless, the situation still remains bleak as to why the publisher, specifically Activision, made a decision to rule out the Windows 10 version away from the rest of the PC populace.

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