Call Of Duty: Infinite Warfare Trailer Surpasses 3.3 Million Dislikes
Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare

It takes a lot to get people to really dislike a video. Usually dislikes are reserved for crappy reboots, crappy remakes, crappy sequels, crappy music videos, crappy YouTube poop, and those super crappy misleading full movie uploads that only contain a picture and a link to a website that gives your computer aids. However, in a rare instance of complete disregard for the rules of dislikes, gamers have battled against Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare enough to make its debut trailer one of the most hated videos on all of YouTube, managing to hit 3.3 million dislikes.

International Business Times recently did an update on how many people have been hating on the video, along with revealing that the actual install size is only 47GB.

The dislikes is the real story, though. The 47.94GB install is to be expected. Previously a lot of people thought that the game was going to require more than 100GB of story space, but I think that’s only if you install both Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare and Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered, since both games are quite hefty and the added DLC will easily put the total package over the 100GB margin.

Even still, that doesn’t detract from the fact that so many people just really don’t like the idea of Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare. Tapping into the future theme four years in the role seems to have come back to bite Activision on the behind, where-as DICE and EA are rolling in the dosh tackling the World War I themes in Battlefield I. It’s quite hilarious.

Activision and Infinity Ward even tried going over and beyond by tackling some space themes and flight sim mechanics in the upcoming title, but even that wasn’t enough to sway over gamers who have become disgruntled with the annual outing from the mega-publisher.

With Titanfall 2 not doing so well during its launch week and Battlefield 1 eating up all the sales, I’m really, really curious to see how Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare does this Friday when it launches on November 4th for the Xbox One, PS4 and PC. It’s possible that for the first time in a decade, EA might be able to beat Call of Duty in the first week sales outing. Time will tell.

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  • Day one buy… somewhere in an alternate Universe.

    • durka durka

      well the singleplayer looks good but i am not paying 60 bucks for that.

  • LurkerJK

    Consider this coming from someone that havent touched COD since black ops 1, i did play Titanfall 1 for 80 hours (bought it after liking the beta, got disappointed finding out the full game was pretty much the beta with a handful of extra maps)

    Infinite warfare looks like the most interesting concept for a new COD ive seen for a while, there are not enough space shooters imho (part of the reason the extremely mediocre gameplay of Mass Effect if often ignored)

    I’m guessing this is mostly a mix of franchise fatigue, disappointments carried over from previous games and unnecessarily brewing bad blood over the modern warfare thing

    Titanfall 2 fucked up the release date, it should have been released 3 months ago or 3 months in the future, its not established enough to compete with the big two, maybe if they had built momentum with a good beta but instead they denied beta for PC and the console beta had a lot of complains

    Battlefield 1 completely stumped the other two in advertising, its just weird enough to catch ppl’s interest and all of the impressions ive heard were positive, i have heard nothing negative about it, not even a DLC controversy and that seems to be paying off

    • lucben999

      Exactly this.

      I also haven’t played CoD games since Black Ops 1 and infinite Warfare is the first that managed to interest me ever since, yet after all the bland sequels THIS is the one that makes people turn against the series? I don’t get it.

  • Sevuz

    COD, the game all love to hate and yet i sales every year. So fare people love to buy the same game with new paint.

    I really don’t hope Titanfall 2 dies as fast as the first did. It’s a fun game. Of course Attrition being the only mode worth playing. Can only hope future updates will bring more and better content.

    • LurkerJK

      the problem of online games is that there is no second chance and no long tail, first week sales predict the rest of the sales, also the best experience with the game happens during the first week before the servers get infested with hackers

      if they fail to lure players into it now the servers turn into ghost towns and its a vicious circle from there

      unless they pull out something right now that completely changes everything i’d say titanfall 2 is done

      • Sevuz

        Yeah I don’t expect Titanfall 2 to beat BF1 or COD either. But I will enjoy it for as long as I can. Because it’s pretty fun. It’s a shame EA fucked it up by releasing it between BF1 and COD.
        TF2 offers free maps and modes in the future. But I’m pretty sure it’s because it’s the only way they can take a shoot at COD.

        If I at least can get 50 hours out of TF2, I will be happy.

    • Alistair

      In fact i do like the COD series even better with the AI bots as least they dont camp ahem.

      Now why the Bots, if a game goes down the pan the servers closes making online play GONE. but at least you can Play in Offline Mode with Bots.

      And Now every COD i bought even the last year one has Bots.

      They’re must be doing something right.

  • Alistair

    Now what does this tells Us, for me doing a game In Space is a SJWs wet dream. Still extreme violence Yes.

    but the outrage is lesser of being not focus on near the bone controversial of early ones. Remember the Airport mission one, or the one in London underground train tunnel.

    Fighting in space is non-controversial nothing to be offended right.

    • Sevuz

      I like titanfall 2 (yes I have a hard-on for Mechs and jetpacks sue me). I give it a year. As long as i get at least 50 yours of fun out of it it’s fine.

      BF1 is… okay. but only because it has Operation. Without it would be a wet fart in the wind.

      “Speaking of such, why there no ecchi games spin offs into films?”
      Ain’t that what Hentai and every anime school girl show is?

      • Alistair

        Yes it’s is hentai It comes from Japan but here thing, It hardly mention on western shores if it was mention it in a bad light. and no western devs and film produces would make a hentai here.

        We wont hear the end of it if they did. But i was speaking of ecchi Not hentai as they Not the same thing.

        Never played the 1st Titanfall but i do adore zone of the enders 1 and 2.

    • Arbitrary

      “So it not really surprising that battlefield 1 is doing quite well and Titanfall-2 isnt because “WE MUST HAVE MORE DIVESE IN GAMES. we deem it so” games have because that, like the movie industry.”

      Bullshit.

      The developers of Battlefield 1 have proudly and openly admitted to be sucking SJW-cock in interviews. And normie trash is still buying the game like their empty, little lives depended on it.

      The truth is; people in the real world don’t seem to have much of a problem with SJW-content destroying this medium. Stop pretending there are victories where none exist.

      • Alistair

        You got proof because, Im not pretending as I didn’t know.

        My commets have been consistent, against regression lefts bullshit force down our throats.

        Sometimes i goof from time to time. give them SJWs a opportunity to admit they goofed. Shows they different then me.