Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 Campaign Remastered (Xbox One)
If you’re one of those COD fans that have been patiently waiting for years for a fully-remastered version of Modern Warfare 2, you don’t have to wait anymore. The Modern Warfare 2 Campaign Remastered edition is finally here. In addition to playing on PC, you can finally experience the game with enhanced graphics on your Xbox One.
You can now relive the 2009 blockbuster on a new generation console in high-definition for the first time. The gameplay picks up right where the first Modern Warfare left off. The remastered edition of MW2 gives you an opportunity to face a new force that threatens to bring the world as we know it to an end.
Get ready to enjoy possibly the most iconic Ghost look in the new Ghost Operator bundle. The bundle comes with:
- The classic Ghost skin
- 2 new weapon blueprints
- A weapon charm
- Signature finishing move
- Classic voice quips
- Animated calling card
- 2 battle pass tier skips
The remastered version of Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 is fully remastered for your enjoyment. It comes with:
- Improved graphics
- Richer textures
- New animations
- Physically-based rendering
- HD range lightning
- Improved gameplay
For the first time, play through classic missions like The Gulag, Cliffhanger, Whiskey Hotel, and many more on the Xbox One console and see what it’s capable of doing. See how a classic first-person shooter is meant to be played in 2020. The future is now MW2 remastered edition.
Toxic 'Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II' players will be muted in voice and text chat
Play just about any big competitive online game for long enough and you'll surely run into some toxic players who say offensive things in voice or text chat. Activision is doing a bit more to take on those jerks with more in-depth moderation tools in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II and Call of Duty Warzone 2.0.When they confirm a player has engaged in toxic voice or text chat, the games' moderation teams now have the option to mute that person in all chat channels. So, while their remarks might not warrant a complete ban, players who abuse in-game chat might find themselves silenced. Activision will still rely on users to flag disruptive players through in-game reports. Riot Games, on the other hand, has started proactively monitoring Valorant voice chat for toxicity.Before they start playing Modern Warfare II or Warzone 2.0, players have to read and agree to a code of conduct. This includes an acknowledgement that they won't engage in bullying or harassment, nor make any bigoted comments.In addition, when you report a troublesome Call of Duty player, you'll be able to add more context. The reporting system now includes a dialog box, where you can explain what happened in more detail. Activision says it will use these tools in all future Call of Duty titles.These moderation tools aren't particularly novel. For one thing, Overwatch has long allowed players to type in their reasons for reporting someone. However, Modern Warfare II is already one of the biggest games around, having racked up over $1 billion in sales in just 10 days. There's no doubt that Warzone 2.0 will also have a large player base after that game goes live on November 16th. Having better moderation tools to clamp down on disruptive cretins and offer a more positive experience for other players is rarely a bad thing.
Microsoft now implies that it will support Call of Duty on PlayStation forever
Earlier this year, Sony PlayStation boss Jim Ryan said that Microsoft's promise to support Call of Duty on PlayStation for three more years was "inadequate on many levels." Now in comments to the gaming podcast SameBrain, Xbox chief Phil Spencer appears to have extended that timeframe to forever, or at least as long as PlayStation exists as a platform."We're not taking Call of Duty from PlayStation," he said. "Our intent is not to do that, and as long as there's a PlayStation out there to ship to, our intent is that we'd continue to ship Call of Duty on PlayStation, similar to what we've done with Minecraft since we've owned that. "We've expanded the places where people can play Minecraft, we haven't reduced the places, and it's been good. It's been good for the Minecraft community—my opinion—and I want to do the same as we think about where Call of Duty can go over the years." Spencer made the comments just as the UK's Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has launched a "Phase 2 investigation" into Microsoft's proposed $69 billion acquisition of Activision. One specific reason cited is concern that Microsoft could restrict Call of Duty from PlayStation consoles. In response, Microsoft accused the UK regulator of specifically adopting Sony's complaints in its initial probe. Despite that, Spencer said Microsoft is confident that the deal will be approved by the end of its fiscal year in June 2023.