Welcome Xiled Gaming Network members! As you all have heard, the upcoming release of Infinite Warfare isn’t the only Call of Duty game coming out this year. Infinity Ward company has been working on the long awaited remaster game treatment of 2007 classic video game, Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare. Modern Warfare Remastered features the original game with all new visuals and a revamped to multiplayer mode, but beyond that, it’s exactly how you remember it. Weapons, Perks, attachments all have received special treatment as well. Unfortunately, Modern Warfare Remastered is only available to those who pre-order the limited or deluxe edition.
To continue, some the changes that Infinity Warfare is making to CoD4 are,
the level design most notably betrays this remaster’s age. The graphic effects and texture are crisp. From looking at the Original developed game to now the remastered Version, is like watching a 3D Cinema. “Not only are the levels quite literally flat, without the intense verticality of more recent Call of Duty games, but they’re also hand holdy to quite a degree. You’re AI comrades do much of the cool stuff themselves.” said by IGN spokesman Kassie Plagge. From Price’s constant calls of “Check your corners” to the breaching of doors, it often leaves you feeling more like a bystander who’s watching the action, rather than a soldier who’s actively participating in it.
Lastly, this isn’t a huge problem, though, and it’s remarkable that Modern Warfare retains the militarised tension that made it such a breakneck shooter back in the year of 07. Toward the beginning of the game there’s an infiltration through a house in pitch-black darkness, where you use your night-vision goggles to silently take down the inhabitants in order to rescue an informant. Where successive Call of Duty games ramped up the action to an almost ludicrous degree collapsing Eiffel Towers and all Modern Warfare thrives on its smaller, more intimate encounters, and it’s moments like this that still stand out despite its more constrained action.
XGN Military 7-News Team Writer