Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered is now available as a standalone release on PlayStation 4, PC, and Xbox One, Activision has announced.
The first-person shooter was previously only available with the Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare Legacy Edition, although for most of us were probably expecting a separate release at some point down the line.
While the standalone release of Remastered includes the full campaign and various multiplayer maps, it does not feature the Variety Map Pack DLC that Activision a few months back.
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered includes high-definition visuals, enhanced audio, and spruced up textures, allowing gamers to experience the definitive version of the award-winning shooter for modern consoles.
The original Modern Warfare was released on PS3, PC, and Xbox One in November 2007, and is credited for reinvigorating the franchise following the underwhelming Call of Duty 3. The game eschews the World War II template of earlier games in favor of a contemporary setting, with players controlling members of the SAS and USMC on a globe-trotting battle against international terrorism.
In addition to revamping the main campaign with a modern look and feel, Call of Duty 4 also completely refined the franchise’s online battles with its acclaimed killstreak, XP, and prestige mechanics, which have since set the benchmark for online multiplayer shooters.
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered retails for £34.99 while the Variety Map Pack will set you back £11.59.