The remaster of Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare got a lot of people excited, but up until now, it's only been available in a bundle with Infinite Warfare. The game will be available first on PlayStation 4, with Windows PC and Xbox One versions to follow.
To celebrate the announcement, a new trailer was released. Originally, the game was only available in conjunction with Infinite Warfare. 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. At this rate, you might as well wait for that to drop in price, because at least you get two games for your money.
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And, in addition to the classic single-player campaign mode, the new game includes 16 multiplayer maps. In Short, this is the same campaign you loved, but the graphics are getting a huge upgrade. That said, though, if Modern Warfare Remastered were put out on its own alongside Infinite Warfare, the latter's sales could have dropped even more dramatically than its already less-than-stellar showing past year.