Call of Duty 4 Remaster Graphics Comparison

Here's how the 2007 game looks with a fresh coat of paint.

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Now Playing: Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare Motion Capture and Graphics Comparison

As part of the Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare livestream today, Infinity Ward showed off some new footage of the just-announced Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare remaster. The video compares the 2007 version's graphics against the new edition in development for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC, highlighting how far things have come over the past 10 years.

Check out the clip above.

Modern Warfare's new version, which is being called Modern Warfare Remastered, aims to offer a level of visual fidelity that you would expect from a current-generation console game.

According to a press release, it will feature "vibrant current-generation visuals, with fully improved texture resolution and detail, high-dynamic range lighting, lit and shadowing VFX particles, revamped animation and audio, stunning sound, and much more."

Modern Warfare Remastered is being developed by Activision subsidiary Raven Software, not original studio Infinity Ward. That team is currently working on Call of Duty: Infinite War.

The remaster project comes with the full campaign, along with 10 multiplayer maps, but so far, only three (Crash, Backlot, and Crossfire) have been announced. Stats and progression from the original Modern Warfare will not carry forward to Modern Warfare Remastered. Additionally, the only way to get the game is to buy one of the premium versions of Infinite Warfare.

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This post was updated on May 3 with a new video.

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