CoD: ‘Modern Warfare Remastered’ Comes To Xbox and PC as a standalone title

When Infinite Warfare arrived, it came in a bundle with a remastered version of Modern Warfare, the fourth game in the franchise’s lineup. That bundling was disappointing to some, but such disappointment was eradicated late last month with the announcement of a standalone copy. While that standalone copy went live on June 27, it was only the for the PlayStation 4, leaving everyone else to wait.
CoD: ‘Modern Warfare Remastered’ Comes To Xbox and PC as a standalone title

At the time of the standalone version’s announcement, we weren’t given a release date for either the Xbox One or PC version. That makes today’s announcement twice as sweet: both versions can be purchased now through the Xbox Store or Steam, depending on your platform of choice. The price for both sits at $40.

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare was first released in late 2007, later arriving late last year with that aforementioned bundle. The game remains a favorite among many of the franchise’s fans, hence its revival as a remastered edition.

If you pick up the PC version of the game, you’ll need to be using at least an Intel Core i3-3225 3.30Ghz processor or something equivalent to it, according to the Steam listing. You’ll also need at least 8GB of RAM, and at minimum either an AMD Radeon HD 7850 2GB or an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 660 2GB. Your computer should also be running, at minimum, Windows 7 64-bit.

The game should tie you over until the release of Call of Duty: WWII this upcoming November. We recently saw a detailed trailer for the Nazi Zombies mode that will come with that title; you can check it out in its entirety here, but we warned that there is gore.