Call of Duty:Infinite Warfare guns range from classic to mental

If Geoff hadn’t sawn me in half with a machete back when we were kids, I’d be the president of the world by now. And you know what I’d be doing? Exploring the Moon, looking for aliens. To kill. Of course, doing that would require having the top half of my body reattached to the bottom half of my body. And guns. Lots and lots of guns, specially designed for zero-gravity extra-terrestrial murder.

Something that Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare will have plenty of. All the usual kill spree weapons are there: Assault rifles, shotguns and SMGs but this year also sees more exotic weaponry available with plenty of auxiliary extras. It’s the weapons of tomorrow, yet in a manner that doesn’t make them stand out like some sort of contraption from an episode of The Jetsons. According to Game Informer, said weapons will be available with futuristic beam technology, spread across five primary manufacturers of death-dealers:

Kendall Ballistics

Described as a traditional manufacturer of classic Call of Duty weapons, these guns feature tried and tested methods of delivering hot lead but with more advanced extras fitted on them such as an M4 with an OLED GPS display.

Mashimo

Need a gun without breaking the bank? That’s where Mashimo comes in. Not only are their weapons budget-friendly, but they also boast the latest in beam technology and variable firing modes. They’ve got SMGs which can let loose a shotgun blast, feature a high fire-rate and an interesting twist on conserving ammo as their guns use energy instead of regular bullets. As much bang for as few bucks as possible, essentially.

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