5 Reasons To Be Excited For Modern Warfare Remastered

With Modern Warfare Remastered coming this November, here are five reasons why it will be amazing.

Modern Warfare Remastered officially launches this November with the campaign available to PS4 users in October. With so much excitement surrounding the upcoming remaster, it’s safe to say that the game has captured the attention of Call of Duty fans. While the reception for Infinite Warfare remains torn between both good and bad based off of the initial trailers that were shown, a lot of the focus has since shifted directly to the remaster of Modern Warfare.

While we’re still looking forward to Infinite Warfare and see great potential in the title, here are five reasons why you should be excited for Modern Warfare Remastered!

5. Boots on the Ground

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Perhaps one of the things most Infinite Warfare skeptics are excited about is the fact that Modern Warfare Remastered will be sticking true to its classic movement system. It doesn’t come as a surprise that the movement system adopted in the likes of Advanced Warfare and Black Ops 3 has garnered a bit of negative attention. However, Infinite Warfare was already too far into development to reverse this inclusion when the backlash against it really took hold.

Sticking true to its boots on the ground roots, players will be able to relive the classic first person shooter in all its former glory. No flying or wall-running in Modern Warfare Remastered, just classic run-and-gun Call of Duty action. This will prove to be a great compromise for those that dislike 3D movement as well as those who don’t really mind it. Modern Warfare Remastered offers the best of both worlds for Call of Duty fans this year.

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