The wartime first-person shooter from Infinity Ward, “Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare” is soon arriving on major consoles but it seems that PlayStation 4 owners have the upper hand as reports state that gamers who pre-ordered the upcoming installment of the game are now able to grab ahold of “Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare Remastered” that is said to go along with the “Infinite Warfare” title.
The revamped game, however, can only be acquired provided that players have pre-ordered the high-end variants of the forthcoming “Infinite Warfare” game which are Digital Deluxe, Legacy Pro, and Legacy.
Moreover, early access to “Modern Warfare Remastered” was dished out about a week ago for PlayStation 4 players only. Xbox One and PC platforms, on the other hand, will get it during “Infinite Warfare’s” scheduled release next month.
Apart from this, those who have availed of the early bird promo of the game will also be getting the trial version of “Infinite Warfare’s” multiplayer mode this week for PlayStation 4, while Xbox One, as aforementioned, will have it next month. Meanwhile, PC fans of the franchise will be irked by the fact that the game mode will not be heading to their platform.
Albeit the notable features that will coincide with the new game, it’s also noteworthy to highlight that the game will be taking a huge chomp of space on the console as it was made known that the upcoming title will take at least 130 GB of memory storage.
Nonetheless, it was later explained that this could be for the abovementioned top brass render of the game which includes the earlier reported “Modern Warfare Remastered” game that is said to boast 16 maps, six of which are slated to be out during the holidays.
“Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare” is all set to fill the shelves this Nov. 4.