I disagree on that statement Mr. Satan. If you buy the game (or album) before you make the conclusion that the game (or album) is bad, you are still going to buy it. However, if you have made the conclusion that the game (or album) is bad BEFORE you bought the game (or album) usually, you will not go out of your way to get the game (or album). By out of the way, I mean spending money to purchase them. Now, albums are a lot cheaper than games, so if you like 1 or 2 of the singles on the new album, you might end up buying it. But, if you watch the trailer for the game, and you think it looks dumb (especially when you have another game of the same likes to compare it to) you are much less likely to purchase a $60 game.
So, the only reason why (IF) Infinite Warfare sells a lot of copies, will be the remastered version of Modern Warfare 1.
of course they will sell alot of copies but just because the game sells alot of copies doesn't mean that the game is good the new metallica album is going to sell alot of copies but that doesn't mean that it will be good
I am guessing you are not the only one to have this opinion considering I just read an article that stated "The trailer for Battlefield 1 is the most liked trailer in YouTube history, while the trailer for Infinite Warfare is the most disliked trailer in YouTube history." Also read an article from the CEO of Activision saying they are certain they will sell a lot of copies because of the MW1 Remastered version.