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- One of the most critically-acclaimed games in history, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare is back
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One of the most critically-acclaimed games in history, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare is back, remastered in true high-definition. Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare set a new standard upon its original release for intense, cinematic action, while receiving universal praise as one of the most influential video games of all-time.
Relive one of the most iconic campaigns in history, as you are transported around the globe. You’ll suit up as unforgettable characters Sgt. John "Soap" MacTavish, Capt. John Price and more, as you battle a rogue enemy group across global hotspots from Eastern Europe and rural Russia, all the way to the Middle East.
Additionally, team up with your friends in the online mode that redefined Call of Duty by introducing killstreaks, XP, Prestige and more in customizable, classic multiplayer modes.
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The concept - laughable.
First, Activision coerces us to drop $80 and buy Infinite Warfare just to play this.
Next, they add new weapons behind a supply drop paywall, tarnishing the original game and adding a pay-to-win element.
Then, they release maps that were included for free with the original game but slap a $15 price tag on them this go-around.
As if that all wasn't a big enough joke, now they release it as a standalone with timed exclusivity for $40, and the DLC isn't even included.
At some point I think Activision need to seriously reconsider their practices. Please don't buy this.
Activision, what happened to you? You once were a good game publisher, but now, you're a bunch of con artists. It probably won't do much, but here, have a one star review. It's only right I return the favor after buying COD games for the past 10 years, including Infinite Warfare, which I didn't even want. I only wanted a simple remaster of my favorite multiplayer game ever. Shame on me for falling for your tricks. It'll be the last time I do.
let's be honest this series has been doing down hill for a while. they keep trying to do all this future space stuff, when "all any of us really want" is a real war experience. totally stupid that they can't get a game form 10 years ago or whatever to work on a modern platform.
at least i only paid like 20, and didn't get roped into that other game.
The very first thing the game presents to you when you boot it up, is it gives you a "supply drop" (loot box) and steers you to the "depot" to open your lootbox. The only reason this game was even released was because nobody was interested in Infinite Warfare. I opted to wait because I didn't want IW and knew this would eventually release by itself. I was excited to play it, as I loved the original, but trade it in to Gamestop the very next day.
It simply wasn't fun, everything is all about the damn supply drops. Progression felt very slow. Also, they charge for maps that you already paid for in 2007 as additional DLC. How greedy can Activision get??
Team Deathmatch was really the only mode that was very populated. Search and Destroy had a somewhat decent population but in older CODs TDM is always where the most people will be, unfortunately. I personally prefer objective-oriented modes, rather than just running around trying for kills. (In which case, expect a lot of campers and quickscopers) Even in TDM, It was often 3 or 4 vs 5 or 6. The games weren't always full..
It was extremely disappointing. I'd only recommend getting this if you're planning on going through the campaign again, in which case I wouldn't spend more than $10 on it.