Developers for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered release six brand new screenshots for the forthcoming first-person shooter showing the game's enhanced graphics.
For those unaware, the complete campaign for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered is available now within a 30-day early access period for PlayStation 4 fans who pre-ordered a premium edition of Infinite Warfare. With these fans already tackling its list of trophies, developers for the game have decided to further promote the first-person shooter with a handful of screenshots featuring some of the scenes from the single-player mode's chapters.
As is to be expected, not only do each of the images depict specific moments from Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered's missions like Blackout, One Shot One Kill, and All Ghillied Up, but also the stills provide a better look at how the graphics have been upgraded for the almost 10 year old game. Fans can get a glimpse of the enhanced visuals in the gallery of screenshots found further below.
Of course, those Call of Duty fans looking forward to Modern Warfare Remastered have already been privy to footage from the single-player mode thanks to some campaign gameplay footage that surfaced recently, so the contents for some of the pictures won't be too surprising. However, it's still nice to see the action freeze-framed in order to more fully appreciate the graphical overhaul provided by the team at Raven Software.
Beyond Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered's campaign, fans ought to be even more excited about the forthcoming release having all the multiplayer maps from the original title. On top of this, for those fans who want to simply go head-to-head with only their closest friends, Amos Hodge, lead designer at Raven Software, recently confirmed that the game will support private matches.
Not only does it seem as if Raven Software is intent on providing Call of Duty fans with a more sumptuously designed visual experience in Modern Warfare Remastered, but also it appears to be that the studio wants to give players even more options in the way of how the game is played. For instance, the updated shooter is also set to have twice the amount of controller sensitivity options as the original.
While almost everything revealed so far about Modern Warfare Remastered has been received positively by the Call of Duty community, one aspect that has stuck in a lot of fans' craws is the fact that in order to play it, gamers have to own a premium edition of Infinite Warfare. Although this is currently the case, there's always the chance that the remaster will possibly be sold separately sometime in the future.
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered is set to launch alongside Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare's premium editions on November 4, 2016 for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.