Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered is available today as a standalone purchase

And the Call of Duty ‘Days of Summer’ promotion also kicks off

Today, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered is out on PS4 as a standalone game. Remastered in true high-definition, it features enhanced textures, rendering, lighting, and much more to bring the experience of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare to a new generation of fans.

You can pick up the game as a physical disc or as a digital download. Also starting today –and continuing for a limited time — the Modern Warfare Remastered Variety Map Pack is available on PlayStation Store, adding four new maps to Modern Warfare Remastered along with ten Rare Operation Lion Strike Supply Drops for your inventory.

Activision is also launching Call of Duty Days of Summer today where you can earn a free Days of Summer Supply Drop each week through 1st August at 6.00pm BST/7.00pm CEST by logging into the game each Monday. Make sure to log in each week or you’ll miss out.


These drops will contain more than 40 Days of Summer items like Weapon Kits, Melee Weapons, Emblems, Camos, Reticles, Calling Cards, and Uniforms. Plus, you can earn a special Sun-soaked Graves character if you complete all of the Days of Summer Collections in Modern Warfare Remastered.

In addition to the loot, the Bog map has received a complete summer makeover. The dumpster fires and night setting have been replaced with a beachside hangout filled with sand castles, colourful seaside graffiti, a surfboard shop, café, and more. There are also four different Days of Summer weapon camos for you to unlock on Beach Bog through challenges, and make sure you complete them before 6.00pm BST/7.00pm CEST on 1st August, because they’ll be packed up when Days of Summer comes to a close.



But that’s not all. There’s a special Beachcomber edition of Prop for Days of Summer, so in addition to all the props you know and love, beach-themed props like beach balls, sand castles, surfboards, and more will be added to the mix for your hide and seek skills.

Days of Summer is also available starting today in Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare, complete with new weapons and new camos. To help build your collection, log into Infinite Warfare every Monday for a free Supply Drop, and every Wednesday and Friday for a free item from the Days of Summer collection. Plus, look for new Days of Summer items in the Summer Hack every week until 1st August.


To top it off, Infinity Ward is adding characters from Infinite Warfare’s Campaign to the Multiplayer as well as characters from across the Call of Duty franchise. You’ll be able to play the Warfighter Rig as Omar, the Merc as Reyes, Synaptic as ETH.3N, FTL as Salter, Stryker as Price, and Phantom as Ghost.

Additionally, players who jump into Infinite Warfare between today and 6.00pm BST/7.00pm CEST on 1st August can play on the Turista map from the Continuum DLC Map Pack for free, giving them a taste of how the rich and famous enjoy beach vacations in the future.


You can also celebrate Days of Summer in Call of Duty: Black Ops III starting at 6.00pm BST/7.00pm CEST on 11th July through 1st August. Players will have a chance to earn a limited Pack-a-Punch camo, and will also be able to play all four of the maps from the Awakening DLC for free, including the Summer-tastic water park of doom, Splash. And if you happen to own Awakening already, Treyarch will give you Double XP during Days of Summer from 11th July until 1st August.

Call of Duty Days of Summer has a lot more in store as well, because across all three games you’ll find special playlists, challenges, and events to power up your Days of Summer experience, starting today.

Don’t forget the sunscreen!



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40 euros for a remaster? Is that a joke? April fools came early. Jesus Christ.


Hello ive been hacked

QuantumBlood 27 June, 2017 @ 19:01

Call of Duty Infinite Warfare with the remaster included is even cheaper. LMAO!

bluemoon1987 27 June, 2017 @ 19:42

What a surprise. Cash in by telling people you can only get it by purchasing this years iteration of a series so utterly devoured of invention they resort to holding the last decent game in the series to ransom. And then release it on its own anyway.

X_Blood_Curse_X 27 June, 2017 @ 20:04

I hate how you’ve handled this. The fact you had to initially buy infinite warfare to get it is one thing, but the added microtransactions and re-released 10 year old DLC is an absolute joke.

This is getting a hard pass from me.

Soooo, we idiots that bought the Infinite Warfare bundle(got it on sale), still can’t play the game without the Infinite Warfare disc… Might this get fixed at any point?? Or are we just screwed?

you trying to sell us 10 years old game for 40 €? nice try , and dont forget to remember us your motto -this is for the players-


Activision and Sony are not the same company.

fain2daniel 28 June, 2017 @ 05:38

funny and sad together…

This is hilarious.


Absolute joke, this is legalised theft!


Yeah, “remaster”. The gameplay feels more like a treyarch cod than an infinity warfare game.This isnt cod4, its bo trying to be a good cod. [DELETED]


Activision: “Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare will never be released as a standalone game, people will have to purchase Infinite Warfare in order to play it.”

Go and boil your head Activision.


Wow £35 for a 7 month-old remastered 10 year old game…. then £7.99 for the add on maps & then calling it a promotion?

great game, too bad for Sony that Activision is asking more for the stand-alone version than when you buy it as a duo package. Because that way, no way I’m going to buy this game! When Activision finally with do a reasonable price for this game, will buy it.

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