A foreign gaming provider already refers to it this way, but so far nothing is official.

Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare was also an epoch-maker and style creator of its time. It has left such a deep mark on it that it still affects the whole series. Last year, Activision saw the time had come to prepare a revamped release of the game, but the Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remasteredit was not so easy to get. It wasn’t a standalone game, but an extra of the collector’s edition of Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare. In other words, if someone wanted to bring the classic back in a slightly nicer design, they would have had to invest in the new toy that many have hated from the gut since its announcement, the expensive version of the poison. But it may not be so long.

Gamefly is a foreign video game provider that offers a streaming service for smart TVs and Set Top Boxes in exchange for a monthly subscription fee. An independent premiere of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered has recently appeared in their offerings. According to this, the game will be available for PlayStation 4 from June 20, and for Xbox One from July 20 – this coincides with the PlayStation 4 exclusivity period that characterizes the series recently. Of course, the game’s profile has now disappeared from the provider’s side, but it’s not at all uncommon in video player circles for someone to ventilate (accidentally?) A game’s premiere in this way. For the time being, however, there is nothing official, nor can it be ruled out that only the game will appear in Gamefly’s offering. Until Activision responds, it’s worth treating the whole thing with reservations.


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