Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare Isn’t Coming to PS3 or Xbox 360, Activision Confirms (Update)
Activision confirmed to VideoGamer that Infinite Warfare isn’t coming to PS3 or Xbox 360, and will only be available on PS4, Xbox One, and PC.
When Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare was announced yesterday, Activision and Infinity Ward said it was coming to PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC on November 4, but didn’t mention anything about last-gen consoles.
In response to a fan question asking “you will be Infinity Warfare on PS3?,” Infinity Ward replied, “No, it will not.”
Unlike Treyarch’s comment after the Black Ops 3 announcement last year that they were only working on the current-gen versions, Infinity Ward’s comment about Infinite Warfare seems to confirm that it isn’t coming to PlayStation 3 or Xbox 360 at all, even through another developer.
If you plan on pre-ordering Infinite Warfare on PS4, Xbox One, or PC, you’ll receive 500 COD Points for use in Black Ops 3 by pre-ordering through a physical retailer before June 13. If you pre-order digitally through the PlayStation Store, Xbox Games Store, or Steam, you’ll receive 1,000 COD Points for Black Ops 3. There will also be a future offer where you receive an Infinite Warfare multiplayer pre-order bonus.
Are you surprised that Infinite Warfare isn’t coming to PS3?