Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered will be sold as a standalone title, according to a now-deleted listing by retailer GameFly.
The remastered version of the fourth title in the series is currently only available for owners of Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare legacy edition, a decision which was met with discontent from fans. Activision never stated it wouldn’t sell Modern Warfare Remastered separately, however a lack of clarity surrounding the issue led many to believe this was the case.
In the post by CharlieIntel, GameFly listed the standalone release date as June 20th for the PlayStation 4 and July 20th for all other versions: this would make sense considering an agreement between Sony and Activision has meant the game’s DLC has released a month earlier on the PS4 than on Xbox One and PC.
Since Activision are yet to confirm its release, there is no official price for a separate Modern Warfare Remastered. It would be unlikely if it launched as a full-price title, however.
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered includes the same campaign and multiplayer maps as the originally version, but with improved graphics and online play.
Would you buy Modern Warfare Remastered if it was sold as a standalone game? Did you pay for Infinite Warfare Legacy Edition and feel aggrieved that Activision might sell it separately? Let us know in the comments section below.