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The non-digital special editions of Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare will require the Infinite Warfare disc to be in the tray to access the highly anticipated Modern Warfare Remastered that is included, Activision confirmed today.
The publisher issued a clarified FAQ about how the updated 2007 classic is accessed when both launch Nov. 4. New fine print outlining the disc-insert requirement appeared on Call of Duty’s official website over the weekend.
Notably, Modern Warfare Remastered must be downloaded fully from PlayStation Network for the PlayStation 4’s physical version of the Infinite Warfare special editions. For the Xbox One version, Modern Warfare Remastered is on the Infinite Warfare disc, but requires an additional download before it can be played.
In both cases, the user needs an Internet connection to play Modern Warfare Remastered.
For the Steam edition, “A Steam key will be provided in the Legacy Edition of Infinite Warfare that will provide access to both Infinite Warfare and Modern Warfare Remastered.” The FAQ doesn’t say if the games are accessed separately or if Modern Warfare Remastered is accessed through the Infinite Warfare client.
These distinctions are important as they make clear that not only is buying either the Legacy, Digital Legacy, Legacy Pro or Digital Deluxe editions of Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare the only way to acquire Modern Warfare Remastered, console users buying the Legacy or Legacy Pro edition must keep their disc if they want to play it. Activision’s bundling scheme thwarts any plan to acquire one of the special editions, download Modern Warfare Remastered, keep that and then sell the remainder on the gray market or trade it in for store credit.
Further, it appears that the 30-day preview of Modern Warfare Remastered’s campaign is limited only to those who pre-purchase a digital edition including it on PlayStation Store. The preview enticement was offered to PlayStation 4 owners back at E3 where it was assumed that the physical editions (Legacy and Legacy Pro) would be included. There is a Digital Legacy Edition and Digital Deluxe Edition for PS4.
Source: Activision Support
It was already confirmed days ago that Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare Remastered was coming with the upcoming Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare release on November 4th, 2016 but at the end of this reveal trailer includes some clips of it.
It’s been many years since I’ve bothered to play Call of Duty multiplayer, COD in general or even buy it but I will be buying this one for the sole reason of COD4 Remastered. That’s all. It’s the best title to ever exist especially multiplayer in the entire series hands down. Great times back then. (:
The release date and cover art for this year’s Call of Duty, rumoured to be called Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare, appears to have leaked online.
The image, posted on Reddit earlier today, appears to show a pre-order card for the ‘Legacy Edition’ of the unannounced game from US retailer Target, revealing a Friday, November 4 release date and the game’s cover.
But as well as the date, it also reveals that a remastered version of 2007’s Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare will be included with an upcoming ‘Legacy Edition’. Pricing information for the Legacy Edition is not included.
Neither Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare or Modern Warfare Remastered have yet been announced by Activision, although a reveal is expected before next Tuesday. The game is currently in development at Infinity Ward.
If this ends up being true, this will be fucking awesome. COD4 is easily hands down the best Call of Duty of the series. Everything was near-perfect back then especially the maps, perks and weapons.
Ubisoft has outlined the list of content included with The Division’s Season Pass, confirming that Season Pass owners will gain access to three upcoming expansion packs, additional gear and exclusive “monthly perks.”
While dates for the expansions have yet to be confirmed, the first, called ‘Underground’, will let a squad of four players “explore new territory in a post-epidemic New York City underworld.”
The second, meanwhile, which is titled ‘Survival’, will task players with surviving “a hostile environment that will challenge even the most hardcore Division players.” We know nothing about the third expansion, however, besides the name ‘Last Stand’.
Season Pass owners will also gain access to an exclusive sawed-off shotgun, new outfits and weapon skins at launch, plus ongoing “monthly perks in the form of exclusive content drops and events.”
Free updates are planned for throughout 2016, too, introducing new game modes built around co-op challenges.
A price for the Season Pass has yet to be confirmed, but it is currently available with the game’s Gold and Collector’s Editions. It isn’t yet clear how much each expansion pack will cost, either.
The Division launches on PS4, Xbox One and PC on March 8. A closed beta launched on Xbox One earlier today, and is due to go live on PS4 and PC today.
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You might notice a familiar face in the video and that is Christopher Meloni formerly from popular Law and Order: Special Victims Unit. Whom I hear is actually the bad guy.