New Call of Duty 4 Remaster Screens Show Memorable Missions With Better Graphics

People who preordered an Infinite Warfare premium version on PS4 can play the campaign now.

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Activision has released six new screenshots from the Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare remaster, which some people can play right now.

The images show off scenes from some of the game's memorable chapters, including Blackout, One Shot One Kill, and All Ghillied Up, among others. Click through the images in the gallery below to see them all.

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The entire campaign for Modern Warfare Remastered, as it's called, is available now on PS4 for people who preordered one of Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare's premium editions. This 30-day early access period was announced at E3 and is available only on PS4.

As we've seen in trailers and previously released screenshots, Modern Warfare Remastered looks much better than the 2007 original. Activision's Raven Software built the remaster (Infinity Ward made the original), updating the game with better-looking characters and environments.

Modern Warfare Remastered won't be sold on its own, at least not right away. To get it, you'll need to buy one of Infinite Warfare's premium editions, which start at $80.

Infinite Warfare arrives on November 4 for PS4, Xbox One, and PC. That's also when Modern Warfare Remastered's campaign and multiplayer will be available on all platforms.

Activision recently confirmed that people buying a physical copy of Infinite Warfare will need to have the disc inserted to play Modern Warfare Remastered.

In other news about the game, recently discovered box art suggests Infinite Warfare's Legacy Edition, which includes Infinite Warfare and Modern Warfare Remastered, will require 130 GB of free space.

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