If there is one first-person shooting game I really want to get my hands on, it will be the upcoming remastered edition of the popular Call of Duty: Modern Warfare.
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare is so popular that it was voted as the top FPS game spanning the last 10 years.
So, what made this iconic first-person shooter great? Well, the campaign mode is what really enticed me to play this game.
You play as Soap MacTavish and your mentor is none other than Captain Price. There are also non-playable characters that have a big role in Soap’s development in the game.
Soap and Price’s main objective is to capture or kill Imran Zakhaev. Zakhaev is part of a terrorist group who profits much from the Chernobyl incident.
There is one mission in this game where you play as the young Captain Price with his mentor, Captain Mcmillan.
Both of them were assigned to go after Imran Zakhaev after knowing about a deal that this person will make in Pripyat, Ukraine.
After reaching a vantage point, Price was able to snipe and take Zakhaev’s arm off. Price and Mcmillan had to leave the place immediately to avoid being killed by Zakhaev’s forces.
It was one of the best Call of Duty campaign’s I’ve ever played and if I am going to play the Remastered version of the game, I will surely revisit that level.
Well, during these past weeks, Activision announced that they are going to be releasing a remastered edition of this iconic first-person shooter.
There were screenshots already released online about the remastered edition and it is looking pretty good.
But, if you want to get your hands on the Modern Warfare remastered edition, there is a catch.
You see, you cannot get the game by itself. In order for you to get a copy, you need to buy Activision’s new game called Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare.
In other words, you’re going to be forced to buy Infinite Warfare as the Remastered Modern Warfare will be thrown in as an added bonus.
Although it would be okay for some, most people think this is outrageous. Activision just wants to milk money from its fanbase because the company knows that Modern Warfare still has an appeal to most gamers.
For me, I do not see this as a bad thing since I always buy the latest installment of the franchise. But, I do agree with the sentiments of some gamers saying that they really just want a copy of the Modern Warfare remastered edition.
In other news, the former CEO of Infinity Ward (who has worked with Activision for Call of Duty Games before) said in a recent interview that he sent a direct message to the MW Remastered Edition’s Production team.
He was so blunt in saying that they shouldn’t f*ck this up because Modern Warfare is near and dear to his heart.
It will be bundled along with Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare. Both games will be released on November 4, 2016.