Call of Duty 4 Remaster Has 2X the Controller Sensitivity Options as Original
Modern Warfare Remastered has 20 controller sensitivity options, compared to 10 in the 2007 original.
The developer behind Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare's remastered version has shared more details about the game, this time in the area of controller sensitivity options.
Raven Software lead designer Amos Hodge shared an image on Twitter today that shows that Modern Warfare Remastered, as the game is called, will have 20 sensitivity options. The first game had 10.
As you can see, Modern Warfare Remastered retains the original game's Low, Medium, High, Very High, and Insane options. For the new game, however, players have even more options for how sensitive they want the controls to be. For a twitch-based FPS like Call of Duty, this sounds like a nice option to have.
Earlier this week, Hodge confirmed that Modern Warfare Remastered's multiplayer mode would feature the same announcer from the original game. The game will launch with 10 multiplayer maps, while six more will be delivered as downloadable content in December.
Modern Warfare Remastered is included with Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare's premium editions, which start at $80. Activision has not said if Modern Warfare Remastered will ever be offered on its own. Everyone who preorders one of Infinite Warfare's premium versions on PlayStation 4 can start playing Modern Warfare Remastered's campaign 30 days early, beginning on October 5.
Infinite Warfare comes out on November 4 for PS4, Xbox One, and PC. Activision-owned studios are behind both, as Infinity Ward is making Infinite Warfare, while Raven Software is developing Modern Warfare Remastered.
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