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New Modern Warfare Remaster Info Coming at E3, We Want a Standalone Announcement
Ever since Call Of Duty Infinite Warfare was revealed fans have not taken the futuristic setting of the game lightly. However, the only saving grace for this year’s game seems to be the new Modern Warfare Remaster.
Activision has again partnered with Sony this year, and we can expect Call Of Duty Infinite Warfare gameplay reveal during Sony’s E3 conference. The conference takes place on Monday June 13, and also will be broadcasted live on Twitch and Youtube Channels of Sony.
The official Call Of Duty twitter account has confirmed that new Modern Warfare Remaster info will be revealed during E3. We are really excited for what next Activision will reveal about the remaster.
— Call of Duty (@CallofDuty) May 28, 2016
Lets hope that the new Modern Warfare Remaster info will not only leave us breathless, but will trigger nostalgia. And there is another wish, the standalone version down the road. They should make it, we want them to make it (we can wish atleast).
Call Of Duty Modern Warfare Remaster will not be sold as a standalone title, but will come bundled with special editions of Call Of Duty Infinite Warfare.
The remaster will be available with Legacy Pro Edition of the game, which is available for $119 USD, Digital Deluxe Edition which is priced at $99.99 USD and Legacy Edition which is priced at $79.99 USD.
Call Of Duty Modern Warfare Remaster will be available with 10 multiplayer maps, of which five have been confirmed.
Activision also released a video comparison of the original and remaster version of Call OF Duty Modern Warfare, shortly after the reveal.
Modern Warfare Remaster aims to offer a level of visual fidelity that fans can expect from current generation console game. Its HD textures, shadow and lighting, particle effects are all in line with some of the most recent shooter games.
Call Of Duty Modern Warfare Remaster is being developed by Raven Software, while the original studio Infinity Ward is working solely on Infinite Warfare.