Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered Standalone Release Announced

Lynne Hanson
June 24, 2017

On June 27, Activision is rereleasing "Modern Warfare", this time for the PlayStation 4.

MWR was originally released as a part of the Legacy or Digital Deluxe Editions of Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare, which launched in November 2016. This re-release sports a handful of upgrades, including new higher resolution textures, lighting and rendering upgrades, enhanced sound effects, and a few quality of life upgrades.

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The Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered release date is June 27th on PS4 as a standalone game. No longer. The game is now available to everyone for the price of only $40. It's coming to PlayStation 4 first because of the marketing agreement and should come to Xbox One a month later. No detail was too small, as the team pored over every aspect of development.

Modern Warfare was the moment when then Call of Duty series truly became the phenomenon that is today, bringing the setting into the modern era and stepping up the gameplay and cinematics to new heights. If any Call of Duty fans didn't get the remastered version along with Infinite Warfare, now is their chance to get this classic. Next week, however, PS4 fans will be among the first to be able to purchase the updated title on its own without having to spend additional money on Infinite Warfare if they don't want to do so. This includes all of the missions including All Ghillied Up, Charlie Don't Surf and Crew Expendable. There's also a new summer-themed map to come, as well as additional content that will be announced on Tuesday. Fan-favorite maps include "Crash", "Backlot" and "Crossfire".

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