Call Of Duty has dominated the charts for years, so it’s about time we take a look at the best and worst of Activision’s blockbuster shooter.
The next few weeks stands to be exciting for older Call of Duty and Infinity Ward fans.
If you’ve not yet had a chance to return to one of last generation’s best games, now’s the perfect time: Modern Warfare Remastered is now free on PlayStation 4.
And available to buy at 50% until the end of the month.
The release of Call of Duty 4 on Xbox One via backwards compatibility shouldn’t come as much of a shock as it has.
No multiplayer in Modern Warfare 2 Remastered has gamers questioning Activision’s end game.
Black Ops 4 releasing in 2018 feels like a step back for a franchise on the way back, but bundling it with Modern Warfare 2 Remaster could help continue that upwards trend.
It’s been a long time coming, but Modern Warfare Remastered is finally getting the standalone release so many diehard Call of Duty fans have been waiting for. Only thing is, the price makes it an incredibly tough purchase.
Call of Duty fans that skipped last year’s Infinite Warfare but are still hopeful of playing Modern Warfare Remastered may be in luck, with a recent Amazon listing pointing to a June standalone release for the game.
Recent additions to the game that weren’t in the original have ignited fierce debate among the Modern Warfare community, with some wanting the game to be as close to the original as possible, while others are praising the game’s new additions for offering a modern taken on a decade-old classic.