What up, Brah; COD: Modern Warfare remastered may only be available bundled with the upcoming Call Of Duty: Infinite Warfare, but pre-ordering on PS4 grants exclusive early access to the campaign mode from October 5th. The game got it’s launch trailer today, which we’ve lovingly reproduced for you above. Read on below for details of how to get early access and more.
Even if you’re a Battlefield aficionado, it’s hard to deny that Call Of Duty 4: Modern Warfare was a fine example of both a multiplayer shooter and a fun campaign. It’s understandable, then, that many were dismayed when the announcement came that the HD remaster of this classic title was only available bundled with Activision’s upcoming Call Of Duty: Infinite Warfare.
Some succor to those who were disappointed, but not too disappointed to pre-order the game anyway, comes as Activision are giving exclusive early access to the remastered game’s campaign to anyone who pre-ordered or pre-orders the ‘Legacy’ or Digital Deluxe editions on PS4. Early access begins on October 5th, that’s 30 days extra with old ‘soapy’ MacTavish!
If you’ve already pre-ordered, you can find details on how to get early access here; simple if you ordered through PSN – you’ll get a notification when the code is available. A little bit more complicated if you’ve pre-ordered through a retailer, as you’ll need to complete the purchase in order to get your code.
We’re going to go ahead and assume that if you don’t know anything about COD: Modern Warfare, you probably don’t care about this story, but if you want more information, check out the game’s official site here.
Call Of Duty: Infinite Warfare is currently available to pre-order through all fine purveyors of video game confectionery. You can grab the Legacy Edition for £69.00 here on Amazon UK, or if you’re one of our US friends on Amazon US here for $79.96. The Digital Deluxe & legacy editions are available directly through PSN here
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Dom is a gaming orphan; after his surrogate father SEGA was killed in the console wars, he was adopted by Sony and raised by various PlayStation consoles. He swears he’s not biased in any way though, so that’s good enough for us.