Call Of Duty is one of the most popular brands on the planet. It is no surprise that Activison is always looking for ways to improve their customer satisfaction. However, it seems like that may come at a cost to your game time.
Call Of Duty: Infinite Warfare has implemented a random survey that goes out to all players, as they play the game. Periodically players will be offered a choice to partake in the survey as shown above. Once they hit ‘Yes’ the survey will ask a simple ‘did you have fun in the previous match?’ question. Not sure what kind of information this is helping Infinity Ward/Activision obtain though, other than customer satisfaction.
The options presented to the player are ‘Yes’, ‘No’ and ‘Not Sure’. The survey has been around for a bit, but it seems lately it has been reaching a wider range of players. Many fans are annoyed by its presence, believing that it is a bit useless. It doesn’t help that there are other more pressing concerns circulating, such as the game’s hit markers, that should be the focus of such polls. No word on what the end result would be of a survey like this to the mass populace of Call Of Duty fans.
Call Of Duty: Infinite Warfare is available now on all platforms (PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC) and accompanies the recently released third DLC pack, Absolution on PlayStation 4.