Recently reports of Call Of Duty Modern Warfare Remastered could be sold separately from Call Of Duty Infinite Warfare started to surface on the internet. However, Activision has clarified that the game will not be sold separately.
According to Playstationlifestyle, Activision reached out to them and explained that nothing has been changed relating to Call Of Duty Modern Warfare remastered. The game is still only available with Call Of Duty Infinite Warfare.
Open betas for games are becoming more and more common in the game industry. Naturally Activision is also holding a beta event for the upcoming Call Of Duty Infinite Warfare. Infinity Ward has announced that beta for Call Of Duty Infinite Warfare will start from October 14 for PlayStation 4 and for the Xbox One version the beta will be held sometime later.
However, there will be no Call Of Duty Infinite Warfare beta for the PC version, and those who want to access the beta will have to pre-order the game first. Activision is yet to reveal the reason for this decision.
Call Of Duty franchise started from World War 2, but as the time has passed on Activision has taken the series to the future of warfare. The Last two entries in the franchise were heavily focused on jetpacks and wall running, and it seems that Call Of Duty Infinite Warfare is going to be no different.
Well, a new survey suggests that 70% of players prefer boots on ground type multiplayer games and Treyarch is most popular developer for Call Of Duty. The survey also suggests that the most popular Call Of Duty game among gamers is Call Of Duty Modern Warfare.
Call Of Duty Modern Warfare reamstered will be available on November 4, 2016 with Call Of Duty Infinite Warfare. However, the remaster will not come with standers edition, but will only be available with special editions of Call Of Duty Infinite Warfare.