Much to the delight of many Xbox One fans, Activision has allegedly finally revealed a release date for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered. The standalone game was only released on PS4 last month, and will now head to the Microsoft home console on July 27th.
This isn’t an official announcement, however. The date comes from GameStop, who appeared to have prematurely unveiled the release window, which brings the game to Xbox One a month after its release on PS4. GameStop haven’t mentioned a PC release date yet, though one is expected to be revealed sometime soon. The likely scenario is that it will release at the same time as the Xbox One version.
The beloved Modern Warfare will set you back $40, and doesn’t include the classic maps DLC, which will cost you a further $15. This seems like a steep price for such an old game, but given its popularity among the CoD community, its a price that many are willing to stump up for. Further map packs are expected to be released for it too, which are rumored to contain maps such as Palace, Terminal, Skyscraper and Boundary.
To the dismay of many, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered was originally released as a bonus for those who ordered the Infinite Warfare Legacy Edition bundle. Because of the poor response to Infinite Warfare’s direction, this further angered fans, who now had to purchase the game in order to get their hands on the classic Call of Duty: Modern Warfare.