You can have no concerns about Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered's transition to the PlayStation 4 – it's looking absolutely amazing. Activision has uploaded new-gen footage of the iconic Crew Expendable mission in its entirety, and it looks jaw-dropping to say the least. This mission, along with All Ghillied Up, is arguably one of the most memorable in first-person shooter history – and it still holds up in 2016.
Unfortunately, the only way to get this remastered classic is by purchasing the Legacy or Digital Deluxe edition of Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare. It's a good thing that Infinity Ward's all-new CoD campaign is looking decent too, then, isn't it?
I guess for once I'm lucky. Im usually to short of time to play any big long games but this is a great collection for me. Not bothered by the extra price I want this and going to have a blast playing through
It does look amazing,my all time favourite Cod.I'm hoping though that this does eventually become available to buy separately because even though I've changed my tune on Infinity Warfare ever since seeing that fantastic E3 trailer I still have no intention to spend that much money on a digital D/l.
Maybe I'll wait one year and buy the legacy pro edition when it's discounted. I already got cod advanced warfare atlas limited edition for $40 a couple of month ago (near cod blop 3 launch), way cheaper than $80 at launch.
I have my Legacy Pro edition on pre-order - still remember CoD4's campaign quite well and no doubt will complete this relatively quickly. Certainly one of the better 'bonuses' packaged with a game....
Looks like they have done a good job with the new visuals - don't know how 'They Look like Ants' will look that much different - thermal AC-130 blasting...
Honestly I am looking forward to this more then IW. I am kinda burnt on the whole thrust jumping mechanic from BO3 and really want to play some boots to the ground CoD. Problem is unless I want to deal with hackers and low server pop I can't really do that.
There is a reason this got remastered as its the best COD game ever made, and it still holds up to this very day.
This looks awesome. I always loved COD 4's campaign for how grounded it was - sure, you did end up saving the world, but it all felt possible, not like the modern COD games in which you seem to be superhuman. It's a shame it's locked behind Infinite Warfare to be honest.
@Neolit That's a cool story! Yea, I too was a PC only guy for FPS games then and loved it. However, I was already very familiar with the Chernobyl incident and was rather obsessed with it for a while to be honest. I've always had an obsession with abandoned buildings, ghost towns etc. And Prypyat is my favorite. Before COD, there was a game called S.T.A.L.K.E.R. Shadow of Chernbobyl, that I followed for many months before it was released, and it was created by an independent Ukrainian team of guys who grew up around the area, and the game was designed around the local legends and lore of the area when they growing up. The mapped the entire "Exclusion Zone", and 50 square mile area, and was the first real open world game I recall playing. All that being said, IW did exact mapping of certain areas of Prypyat that are absolutely perfect. I thought STALKER was well mapped, but the mission you refer to(all ghillied up)absolutely blew my mind.
I refuse to give Fake IW any support whatsoever, so I will not buy this new, but will get my hands on it eventually!
@Anchorsam_9 totally agree.
Its was modern warfare, not frickin ridiculous mad robot with jump pack warfare. Our army doesn't even have money for army personnel let alone rocket packs.
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