Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare gets special Halloween content on Xbox One


As far as nominally eerie game modes go, the centrepiece of the event is Boss Battle, offering the chance to tackle various bosses from Infinite Warfare's Zombie mode. The Halloween Scream event will add Gesture Warfare until October 12, where players use nothing but gestures to take out enemies.

Willard Wyler's Halloween Scream allows players to acquire all-new Halloween-themed loot, participate in XP-boosting events, play through a new zombies mode and receive exclusive free items only available during the event. Tyler found the base game to be below average last year-here's his review in full.

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Finally, a brand new trailer for Halloween Scream was also released, which shows off some of the items you'll be able to earn. This mode lets players take on their favourite bosses from each of the Infinite Warfare zombies modes, and obliterate the ones they hate the most.

First off, for the each week for the first three weeks every player will be given one free Supply Drop, Halloween Hack, and gun accessory or calling card.

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Finally the popular multiplayer map Carnage from the Retribution DLC pack is free to play from October 12 through to November 1. The following day, developer Infinity Ward will introduce Boss Battle mode, which allows players to jump right into battles against the final bosses from the various Zombies DLC chapters.

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