Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered will be shipping alongside Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare Legacy, Legacy Pro, and Digital Deluxe editions on November 4.
On the other hand, “Salvation,” the fourth and final DLC for COD: Black Ops 3 will be released for Xbox One and PC. Launch date is set for October 6, although PS4 owners are already enjoying the last chapter in the Black Ops Zombies series. COD:MW will be making its comeback as one of the most important games of the modern FPS genre, as it introduced fast-paced mechanics, perks, kill streaks, and intuitive equipment customization to deliver the new standard in shooters.
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The download size for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered will be almost 40GB, so gamers are advised to free up disk space if they are intending on playing this gem of the Call of Duty series. Buyers should be aware that the disk edition of COD: MW Remastered will not work without the Infinite Warfare disk.
For Black Ops 3, the Salvation DLC provides four new multiplayer maps and the last chapter of the Zombies series. Finally, Salvation will cease being PS4 exclusive content, and it will cost $14.99 if bought separately without having the Black Ops 3’s season pass. The new maps will be Citadel, an abandoned ancient castle, Micro, a miniature picnic war zone, Outlaw, a take on Black Ops 2’s Standoff, and Rupture, a reimaging of COD: World at War’s Outskirts map.
Apparently, Activision decided to make the game disk a requirement because anyone could buy COD: Infinite Warfare, download and install COD:MW Remastered, and then sell the disk to a used game shop or through any other seller. Selling both games as a bundle makes it so people that want to play the first Modern Warfare have to buy Infinite Warfare too, the same occurs for the opposite.
Gamers can expect more details at Sony’s E3 conference, where Activision will be promoting Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare, despite gamers’ complaints of the shooter series going further into the future without new and interesting mechanics, whereas competing franchise Battlefield has chosen to go back to WWI era through the release of “Battlefield 1.”
Announced pricing on Amazon for Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare as of October 1 stand as follows:
-Legacy Edition PS4 (digital code): $79.99
-Digital Deluxe Edition PS4 (digital code): $99.99
-Legacy Edition PS4, Xbox One, PC (disk edition): $79.99
-Standard Edition PS4, Xbox One, PC (disk edition): $59.99
Source: PC Advisor