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Activision treated fans at San Diego Comic Con to some fresh Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare gameplay, which the developer Infinity Ward was on hand to introduce as "the Call of Duty game we've always wanted to make". Because sure, World War II is just a small stepping stone towards futuristic sci-fi planetary warfare. Jokes aside, the footage we see is from an early part of the game. The part where earth finds itself under attack. From someone.

In the clip, called "Black Sky", we get to see some Earthy street warfare with the usual scripted Call of Duty bombast we've come to expect before ending with an orbital space battle. A space battle that looks very cool.

In fact, fan backlash aside, Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare looks every bit the blockbuster the series has grown into. Plus, there's a futuristic shotgun thingy that you can wield where the shells look like they target an enemy's joints. Which, is cool to watch.

Check it out.

Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare launches in November for PC, PS4, and Xbox One.

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