After a series of leaks suggesting that Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered would receive a standalone release, Activision has confirmed the rumors by announcing that the title will be sold on its own on June 27, 2017 in both disc and digital download form for the PlayStation 4. While this will likely be glorious news to the first-person shooter's fans, the company did not give details on when exactly it will release on PC and Xbox One.
The new video that came with the announcement gives fans a look at the game's single-player and multiplayer components, with both modes having been given an optimal graphical and audio overhaul from the original 2007 release. The video, like all Call of Duty trailers, is full of snipers, rapid fire shooting, and grenade launchers.
This will mark the first time Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered will be available alome and not packaged with special editions of Infinite Warfare. The remastered title was originally not sold separately. Next week, however, PS4 players will be among the first to be able to purchase the updated title on its own without having to spend additional cash on Infinite Warfare.
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered will retail for $40 USD, for the base version of the game that comes with the single-player campaign and 16 multiplayer maps. Those who want to own the variety map pack that was released earlier this year will need to shell out an additional $15 in order to obtain the complete experience.
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered will get its solo release on June 27th for PS4. Xbox One and PC versions will follow sometime after.