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Call of Duty: Modern Warfare - PlayStation 4
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- In the visceral and dramatic single-player story campaign, the stakes have never been higher as players take on the role of lethal tier one operators in a heart-racing saga that will affect the global balance of power.
- Experience the ultimate online playground with classic multiplayer.
- Squad-up and play cooperatively in a collection of elite operations accessible to all skill levels.
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Prepare to go dark, Modern Warfare is back.
The stakes have never been higher as players take on the role of lethal Tier One operators in a heart-racing saga that will affect the global balance of power. Call of Duty: Modern Warfare engulfs fans in an incredibly raw, gritty, provocative narrative that brings unrivaled intensity and shines a light on the changing nature of modern war. Developed by the studio that started it all, Infinity Ward delivers an epic reimagining of the iconic Modern Warfare series from the ground up.
In the visceral and dramatic single-player story campaign, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare pushes boundaries and breaks rules the way only Modern Warfare can. Players will engage in breathtaking covert operations alongside a diverse cast of international special forces and freedom fighters throughout iconic European cities and volatile expanses of the Middle East.
And the story doesn’t end there.
In Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, players will be thrust into an immersive narrative spanning the entire game. Experience the ultimate online playground with classic multiplayer, or squad-up and play cooperatively in a collection of elite operations accessible to all skill levels.
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“Special Ops Survival Mode is an exclusive*, additional cooperative mode for PlayStation 4 Call of Duty: Modern Warfare players that pits you and up to three of your friends against enemy forces in intense cooperative combat. In Special Ops Survival Mode, you will fight off waves of increasingly difficult and determined combatants in a variety of experiences. Gear up and get ready for endless cooperative fun. *Timed exclusive until 10/1/2020.”
A Visceral and Dramatic Single-Player Story.
The Ultimate Online Playground.
Intense Four-Player Cooperative Missions.
Reviewed in the United States on June 16, 2022
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What is different? Well, almost everything else. The way you play, the way you move, the way you can hide (camp--I often wonder if people that complained about camping got involved in real combat if they would scream across the battlefield at the poor bastard on the other side for hiding behind a car. Yeah, I know its a game but flank the guy if he is camping. Adjust and force him/her to move.), and the "weight" of your player makes movement more challenged but still fluid. For those that like to run and gun, you can still do so but, for a change, you are going to get punished for doing so all the time. You want to do better at the game? Slow. Down.
The leveling system, perks system, and prestige system have all undergone severe changes that in my opinion help bring this franchise from the ash heap of FPS back to the forefront. These decisions are sure to divide some that want essentially a CoD 4:MW reskin but to them, I say, you already have it. It is called MW:Remastered. Go play it, it is as close as you can get to the original.
So, forget your 360 degree bozo sniper shots or horribly unfair quick-scoping shots that turn sniper rifles into some sort of extended shotgun. Forget your ability to run through claymores and get a ridiculous knife or melee kill on your opposite, while, unsurprisingly, they throw their remote against the wall in rage. Forget your jackrabbit shooting or dolphin-diving. Forget your desire to be Neo and run on walls sideways. And forget being totally overwhelmed--though, as people get better at this new iteration that likely will change--by kill streaks that wreck your squad before you even get a chance to get going.
In many ways, this was the next step that CoD should have taken years upon years ago. Thankfully, it is here now as we close out one console cycle and begin within the next year a new one. My hope is that those behind the game stay the course and do not give into the pressure to change back to the ludicrous tendencies of the past.
Criticism: So, yeah, I like the game, but there are things that give me pause:
1. TTK is ridiculously fast. Don't get me wrong, I feel there are also times where you might survive an exchange. But more often than not, if you have them, they are dead. If they have you, you're dead.
2. Enemies blend into the muddy color scheme and environment of the game in a fashion that is both incredible and befuddling. In one sense, I like it. It is more realistic. But, for those that want more of an arcade-like experience, I get their concerns.
3. Draw distance and scope of the game, especially in Ground War, is quite large and it reminds me more of Battlefield than it does Call of Duty. And man, oh man, can people, including non-snipers, pick you off at questionable distances with all types of weapons.
4. I am not sure, right now, if much of a difference exists between SMGs and ARs. I have been running with a M4 and likely will do so until they tweak the meta. But, I have also been gunned down, at distance (see 3), by an SMG that should not have that great of accuracy in that situation.
I got this on release day like I usually do for most FPS I'm excited for. I have no regrets about my purchase because I've played my entire weekend away on it. If this game was as bad as everyone else leaving 1-star reviews is saying, I would have quit and returned to my CODWW2 disc. It has room for improvement, and as they have done with all of the games in their series, it will be patched for the better.
I mainly play multiplayer, but have played approximately 1 hour of campaign mode and have to say that the single player mode is the best I've experienced in the series.
Graphics: The good: This is the first and most important feature I noticed going into CODMW. They are stunning! I'm playing on a standard PS4, so I'm sure the Pro on a UHD in 4k would be out of this world! The lighting is good, and characters don't "stand out" as much as they did in previous versions of COD. Which is great if you like to hide in a dark spot. Everything is smooth, and all of the visual effects are pretty realistic. The bad: The only graphic complaint I have is that you cannot set the field of view. I usually like to really crank the FOV up so I don't have to have my character look side-to-side all the time.
Audio: The game has a great soundtrack that fits the theme on this one. Playing on a surround sound system with a subwoofer is great! The guns pack punches, the explosions are realistic.
Controls: As with any new FPS, I have to dig into the options first to dial-in my sensitivity on the joysticks among other options. CODMW was no different. It took a good 5 matches to get things tuned right, but they do feel good. The bad: My only complaint I have is the side strafing seems slower than CODWW2 that I'm used to. Maybe it's just me?
Gameplay: Playing just about any mode is fun, but sometimes gets pretty frustrating because of the vast difference in matchmaking skills and firepower strengths. Now there are doors everywhere. You can rush through them, but if you're quietly trying to creep you have to hold a button to open them. It's the same button that reloads your weapon or picks up items. Just seems a bit cumbersome at times. . You won't get instantly spawn-killed much in this game, but it will respawn you fairly close to another enemy a lot of the time, and most spawn points require you to do a lot of running to get to the hotspots of the map. I've only made rank 32 so far, and still have yet to get a gun or attachment that gives me much of a quickdraw feel. Aiming down the sight on just about every gun is so delayed and frustrating. Hoping this improves as I rank up, or in an update.
Killstreaks: The killstreaks are hit or miss for me. The lower end (easier to get ones) are about worthless for me. Even some of the better ones like Wheel Son don't seem to be very effective. Then there's the chopper gunner; it reminds me of the ball turret gunner on codww2 but on steroids. If this thing is in the air it's game over. I've gotten it once organically, and once in a care package. Lots of fun to be the chopper.. not so much for the enemy on the ground.
Weapons: There's quite a few to choose from, and TONS of attachments!
Crossplay: While it may seem a bit unfair that a PC player can have an advantage with a keyboard and mouse setup vs. someone on a PS4, my experiences so far have been that I still get my rear end handed to me by PS4 players just as much. The lobby does tell you what platform the other players are on. You can disable crossplay for certain game modes, but some require it to be enabled.
Overall they did a great job on the game, but just need to make some tweaks. It's more of a BF4 than a call of duty game in my opinion. If they could implement a rank-matching system that would put low-rank people together, and people that rank higher together, it would be less discouraging. Even playing the game on release day had a high ranking player finishing the match with 30-3 and the second place low-ranking player at 12-8. At that point there's really only one person having fun in that match. I'll update this review as I notice changes.
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Warning: 80gb "patch" to download before you can even play it.