Call of Duty Points Now Available for Infinite Warfare

November 15, 2016 Written by Michael Briers

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Call of Duty Points are on their way to Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare, and should be available by the time you read this post.

First spotted by Charlie Intel, the microtransactions can be purchased via PlayStation Store, and open up Supply Drops in the shooter’s multiplayer mode. You can find a rundown of the available bundles and their respective prices after the jump. Keep in mind that you’ll also be able to use the Points in Black Ops 3, but only after you’ve launched Infinite Warfare.

  • 200 Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare Points – $1.99
  • 1,100 Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare Points – $9.99
  • 2,400 Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare Points – $19.99
  • 5,000 Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare Points – $39.99
  • 9,500 Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare Points – $74.99
  • 13,000 Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare Points – $99.99

In related news, developer Infinity Ward Narrative Director Taylor Kurosaki has been discussing Infinite Warfare‘s single-player campaign, one rooted in a far-future setting. Specifically, Kurosaki has revealed some of the creative inspirations behind the shooter’s story, revealing that the studio looked to modern classics such as Black Hawk Down and Saving Private Ryan during development.

With war stories, in particular, we looked at everything from Steven Pressfield’s Gates of Fire, which talks about the Spartan warriors at the gates of Thermopylae. They’re soldiers. They’re human soldiers fighting a human enemy and they’re relatable. For war, we looked at everything from that to Black Hawk Down, to Saving Private Ryan. In terms of in things that take place more in the science fiction setting, it was really looking at production design. I’m a big fan of James Cameron, who has a really interesting way of combining the familiar and the unfamiliar. When you combine those in an effective way, it grounds your whole universe and makes it more believable, more relatable.

Call of Duty occupies a universe that doesn’t have monsters or aliens or giant blue people. We are in a plausible future where it’s a human versus human conflict, same as what it would be on Earth. But one of the things Cameron does is that he knows that he’s going into unfamiliar worlds, so he brings the familiar with him. What you have in Aliens and in Avatar are these heavy, tactile components. You have cockpits that are made of glass and steel and have heavy switches, you have helmets that look like they’re more from the Vietnam era than they are from some imagined, science fiction world.

Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare is available now on PS4. Tell us, do you plan on indulging in some Call of Duty Points?

[Sources: Activision, Charlie Intel, PS Blog, PlayStation Store]