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Modern Warfare Remastered Sets an Example for Others, New Screenshots Released
Modern Warfare Remastered sets an example for all future remasters. It looks gorgeous thanks to the hard work of the brave men and women at Raven Software.
The studio has released some new screenshots from Modern Warfare.
Modern Warfare is now available to play via early access on PlayStation 4.
According to Sony, those who pre-ordered Infinite Warfare Legacy Edition can now download and start playing Modern Warfare Remastered on PS4. If you have pre-ordered the game, you should log in to PlayStation 4 and check your notifications.
Raven Software has done an exceptional bringing Modern Warfare to 2016. It is about time this studio gets a chance to work on its own COD game.
The studio has helped with many COD games over the years but is now looking for an opportunity to create its own COD title.
David Pellas, Raven Software’s Studio Director instantly said that if his team works on a COD game it will be gameplay first.
It would be the gameplay first. Boy we sure do like the modern time period. So, you know what, we haven’t even really discussed that. But I can tell you that our team is we are all in on this game and this time period feels so good.
And I think given that we had AW (Advanced Warfare) which was slight future, Black Ops 3 which was a little bit further future, and now we have Infinite Warfare which is very far future, I think there are be a good group of people at Raven that are like ‘hey what if we were to bring this back to modern times.’ So I would say that that’s probably where we would start.
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Infinite Warfare and Modern Warfare is coming out on November 4 across all platforms.