“Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare” — the best game in the long-running series — launched 10 years ago.
If your trigger finger hasn’t felt the same since, get ready. It’s about to make a comeback.
On June 27, Activision is rereleasing “Modern Warfare,” this time for the PlayStation 4. The game, which will cost $US40 will head to the Xbox One and PC some point after; Activision, isn’t saying exactly when just yet.
That’s good news for fans. “Modern Warfare” cemented “Call of Duty” as a must-play series, and the title went on to sell tens of millions of copies.
But this isn’t the exactly same game that came out 10 years ago. For one thing, the older version of the game was designed for last-generation consoles, like the PlayStation 3 and the Xbox 360. For another — in case you didn’t already guess from the image above — Activision has remastered the game for this new release.
And, in addition to the classic single-player campaign mode, the new game includes 16 multiplayer maps.
This revamped version of “Modern Warfare” has already been available, but only for folks who had purchased last year’s “Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare.” Now, Activision is releasing the game as a standalone purchase.
But you’d rather see the game in action, right? That’s fair! Lucky for you we’ve got the latest trailer right here: