Modern Warfare Remastered Has Double the Controller Sensitivity Options Than Original

Raven Software shares details regarding Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered, revealing that it contains twice the amount of controller sensitivity options as the original.

Earlier this week, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered's lead designer Amos Hodge confirmed that the enhanced version of the forthcoming first-person shooter will feature the same multiplayer announcer as the original. Now, the developer from Raven Software is eking out even more information about the title, but this time around, it involves some meticulous refinements to the title in the way of its controller sensitivity options.

As seen in the tweet from Hodge below, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered is set to have 20 sensitivity options for controllers. This means that fans will have exactly twice the amount of choices when it comes to the tweaking of the sensitivity of controls, as the original version of the title only had 10 different settings.


According to the evidence above, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered will hold onto the original game's Low, Medium, High, Very High, and Insane options for controllers. However, for the new game, players are going to have a much more nuanced selection in terms of how sensitive they want the controls to be, which ought to make plenty of fans happy considering that the title is based mostly on the reaction speed of one's muscle memory, with it tending to vary among gamers.

While such a wide spectrum of choices for controller sensitivity in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered should be met with plenty of positive responses from the community, it's safe to say that lots of fans are still somewhat miffed about the lack of selection when it comes to obtaining the title. As it happens, Activision decided to not have the remaster sold separately by bundling the game with the Collector's Editions of the forthcoming futuristic shooter Infinite Warfare.

Nevertheless, while that's Activision's official stance on how Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered can be purchased at the outset, there are rumors about the game being available as a standalone sometime in the future. Of course, it will be interesting to see if this will indeed happen, as some are wondering whether or not the sales of Infinite Warfare will be a determining factor in making Modern Warfare Remastered available on its own.

In any event, it's safe to say that Modern Warfare Remastered has plenty of Call of Duty fans hyped to experience the game once more with updated graphics. Thankfully, the developers seem to be taking into account all of the aspects that made the first title great, as Raven Software is not only bumping up the sound and visuals, but also including all 16 of the original maps.

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered is set to launch alongside Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare's Collector's Editions on November 4, 2016 for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.

Source: Amos Hodge — Twitter (via GameSpot)

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