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Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare Remastered rumours Review by Brad Stokes
May 4, 2016 By Brad Stokes
Its great news for Call of Duty fans!
The next instalment of the Call of Duty franchise has been titled Infinite Warfare and will be released on 4th November 2016 although it’s quite some time till it arrives on the shelves, the rumours that have been going around of Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare being remastered for Xbox One, PS4 and PC are true, the developers will be Raven Software who are a company working for Infinity Ward who were the original developers of the game.
The original COD 4 was released back in 2007 and will always be remembered as one of the best games for its time and is what got the franchise its popularity.
However the game will only be released with Call of Duty Infinite Warfare as a full game digital download, with the legacy, Legacy Pro and Digital deluxe editions only, so if you are looking forward to this remaster the most then buying one of the three versions above are your only options.
I will personally be buying the Legacy edition, the reason being Modern Warfare was and always will be my favourite instalment of the Franchise, so to go through that excitement once again with updated graphics is exciting.
The first glimpse of footage was revealed yesterday by Activision in the reveal trailer for Infinite Warfare, which you see the opening scene and a few quick shots of other campaign missions in Modern Warfare, from what you can see it looks very detailed and I believe it will bring back memories of the 2007 original gameplay.
Alongside of the remastered campaign, 10 multiplayer maps will also be included such as fan favourites Crossfire, Backlot and Crash more map names will be updated at a later date.
I cannot wait for the November 4th release date and will definitely be pre-ordering my Legacy edition so that I can enjoy both games.
Legacy Edition – £69.00
Digital Deluxe Edition – £ TBC
Legacy Pro Edition – £109.99
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