We'll walk through what we know about the standalone Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered release date, what the game contains, who is making it and offer up some visual comparisons to help you understand what is coming.
One of the most highly regarded console games ever, Modern Warfare will be a welcome addition to many PS4 owners' libraries. Scheduled for June 27th, this second debut will include the remastered title without requiring purchase of Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare. Well, we might finally have received definitive confirmation today. Considering that WWII returns Call of Duty to "boots on the ground" multiplayer, it's perhaps unsurprising that they didn't want anything detracting from hype around the game. If any Call of Duty fans didn't get the remastered version along with Infinite Warfare, now is their chance to get this classic. It's pretty much guaranteed to exist at this point.
Will you be snapping up Modern Warfare Remastered and reliving the series' glory days in gorgeous HD? At this rate, you might as well wait for that to drop in price, because at least you get two games for your money. Xbox One and PC versions will be available later down the line.More news: 6 police killed in rebel ambush in Indian-controlled Kashmir
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The graphics are ready to impress, and should live up to what you are used to on the Xbox One, PS4 and current gaming PCs. In Short, this is the same campaign you loved, but the graphics are getting a huge upgrade.
It's taken Activision more than eight moths to release a standalone version of Modern Warfare Remastered, but as the old adage goes, better late than never.