Modern Warfare Remastered will be launching later this year alongside Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare, giving fans two Call of Duty titles in the same year for the first time ever. It has been confirmed that Modern Warfare Remastered will be almost identical to the original Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, apart from a massive overhaul to the graphics. In this feature, we’ll be breaking down one of the best class setups in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare that you should try out in Modern Warfare Remastered.
It's been a while since an AK-47 variant has been included in a Call of Duty title. There’s no denying that these AK-47 variants are fantastic weapons in every Call of Duty title they’re featured in. However, none of them compare when it comes to the original AK-47 from Call of Duty: Modern Warfare.The AK-47 found in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare is an assault rifle with a low rate of fire that packs a massive punch.
It was common knowledge during the Modern Warfare era that the Desert Eagle was an overpowered, high damage weapon that most players had equipped whenever possible. The Desert Eagle was often a favorite among snipers as it offered a great close-quarters alternative when quickscoping the enemy wasn’t possible.
For your first perk slot, Bandolier is a great selection as you will frequently find yourself locked to a particular position with this class. Because of this, it’s best to ensure that you don’t run out of ammunition at an inopportune moment.
Stopping Power is arguably the best perk for your second perk slot simply because the majority of players run Juggernaut. Having Stopping Power will not only cancel out enemies using Juggernaut making it even one-on-one battle, but will also give you a massive advantage against players using a different perk in slot two.
Finally, for the third perk slot, we recommend Steady Aim. Steady Aim is one of the better perks within the third perk slot, especially if you're a passive player. Steady Aim will allow you to have additional hip firing accuracy during close-quarter situations.
Last but not least, choosing the right equipment. Unlike other Call of Duty titles, Modern Warfare is different in terms of equipment as you don't have the standard lethal and tactical selections. Instead, Modern Warfare's equipment includes the Frag Grenade, Flashbang, Stun, Smoke, and a knife. We recommend sticking with the traditional frag grenade to increase your chances of scoring a few last-minute kills from across the map.
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And be sure to check out our additional coverage of Modern Warfare Remastered including a Modern Warfare Remastered FAQ, the reveal of Modern Warfare Remastered’s Special Editions, and whether or not Modern Warfare Remastered should have DLC packs.