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“Don’t F*** Up” Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare Remastered: Vince Zampella to Infinity Ward
Vince Zampella was the original creator behind Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare. It is a game etched in gaming memories, it was the beginning of something amazing, the Modern Warfare series.
Modern Warfare is probably the most loved and played COD game ever. It is the reason why fans might consider buying the new COD, Infinite Warfare. The gaming industry will always remember it as one of the best shooters. However, once Modern Warfare series was done and Vince Zampella left Infinity Ward it all went downhill for COD.
Black Ops 2 did good in terms of storytelling but that is the only exception. From Black Ops 2 to Ghosts to Advanced Warfare, COD games use the same old engine with the same mechanics, rehashed animations, and combine that with a mediocre storyline.
Fans have lost faith in the developers and it is hard to blame them for it.
But this year, after such a long time we are actually seeing true excitement for a COD game. But rest assured it isn’t for Infinite Warfare, it is for Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare remastered. Once Vince Zampella heard the news that Activision is doing a remaster of his game, he asked Infinity Ward to not “f*** it up.”
I told them – don’t f*** it up. That’s my on the record response. I rang them up and said, honestly, don’t f*** it up. It’s a huge part of people’s gaming memories
Zampella left Infinity Ward and is now at Respawn Entertainment working on TitanFall 2. The first game failed to live up to the hype so we should ask the same from Zampella – don’t f*** up TitanFall 2. So far the game looks great and this year it might even do better than Call of Duty, considering the amount of criticism Infinite Warfare has received.
To be fair, the space battles in the new Call of Duty look amazing but should that be the only reason to buy Infinite Warfare? Well, that is up to you.
Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare Remastered will release with the Legacy Edition of Infinity Warfare. Modern Warfare remaster won’t be sold separately. The Legacy Edition will cost you $80.
Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare will release alongside Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare remastered on November 4 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC. No COD for PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 this year.
Do you think there is a chance Infinity Ward might mess-up Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare Remastered?