Did they listen to us?

Everyone has heard by now about the upcoming release of the latest Call of Duty installment, Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare. The game trailer was met with mixed reviews when first released, but one thing everyone could agree to be excited about was the announcement of the re-release of COD4. When Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare Remastered was announced, people were ecstatic, the series was going back to its roots! But it was not as it seemed apparently, which Activision announcing Cod 4 would only be released if you bought the special edition of Infinite Warfare. So in order to get the remaster of a classic game, you have to buy the newest game first…. Or do you?

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In a recent interview with Raven Software’s David Pellas discussing the Remaster, website Gamereactor asked about the maps on the game, and were answered with this.

“What we announced before today was that we were going to offer 10 maps on launch, and that’s still true. The announcement today is that the six remaining maps we are actually going to be delivering to anyone who purchases Modern Warfare Remastered, anyone who owns it or a version of Infinite Warfare that comes with it, they’re going to get all 16 of the maps for no additional cost.”

Did you catch that? “the six remaining maps we are actually going to be delivering to anyone who purchases Modern Warfare Remastered, anyone who owns it or a version of Infinite Warfare that comes with it, they’re going to get all 16 of the maps for no additional cost.”. This indicates that the game will eventually be released as a standalone title, for anyone who didn’t purchase the special edition of Infinite Warfare. What do you gamers think? Did they actually listen to us, and release the game so many people want? Or was this the plan all along, all as another push to garner preorder numbers? Activision certainly isn’t pulling any punches trying to hype up this game, so maybe this was just one more incentive to draw us in. Let us know what you think in the comments below, or on Facebook!

 

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