Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare Brings Halloween Scream

Activision published its latest creation called Halloween Scream into Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare and this Halloween-themed event features double XP events, new game modes, and loots.

Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare will play host to Willard Wyler’s Halloween Scream, a celebration of all things gory across the Multiplayer and zombies game modes from October 9th, through November 1st, 2017.

Gesture Warfare is part of Halloween Scream where players are able to get kills with nothing more than the power of gestures. In this mode, you can flick, crush, point, and boom your way to victory.

Players who log into Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare will receive a free Halloween-themed Supply Drop beginning of each week, except for the last week, which an extremely rare spooky item will be revealed during the final week that you won’t want to miss. These Supply Drops can contain weapon variants, camos, a Calling Card, or even a new Rig skin.

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Free cosmetic item will be given every Friday during Halloween Scream, and the Quartermaster will have Halloween Hacks every week, so make sure you log in often to stock up on these sinister surprises. To receive the free items during the event, players will need to log into Multiplayer between Monday and Friday morning while online and visit the Quartermaster. The Supply Drop will be available between Monday morning and Friday morning, Pacific Daylight Time, while the cosmetic items will be available between Friday morning and Monday morning, Pacific Time.

Players can also seek Willard Wyler’s gigantic bosses at the end of each zombie experience in the brand-new Boss Battle mode. Starting with Zombies in Spaceland, and eventually spreading to Rave in the Redwoods, Shaolin Shuffle, Attack of the Radioactive Thing, and The Beast from Beyond, players can head straight to the ultimate zombie encounter and take down these undead monstrosities.

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