Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered Variety Map Pack Is Now Available

Earlier this month, Activision announced that the Remastered version of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare will be receiving its first expansion pack. The DLC will feature four new maps namely Broadcast, Creek, Chinatown and Killhouse. It was noted that these maps were primarily offered as DLC for the original game. Apparently, all of these four maps were remastered similar to the game itself.

Attack of the Fanboy reported that Variety Map Pack is now available on PlayStation 4, which costs $15. This release is part of Sony and Activision's timed-exclusive deal. The deal will cause all current and future Call of Duty DLC releases to be seen first on Sony's popular console. Due to the said deal, both Xbox One and PC platforms will receive the new content on a later date.

Aside from the four new maps, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered Variety Map Pack also includes ten rare supply drops consisting cosmetic items. These items can be usually unlocked through gameplay or by purchasing with real-world currency. The original map pack was released back in April 2008 for $10. It was seen first on Xbox One and sold more than 1 million units in its first nine days.

Modern Warfare Remastered can only be acquired via a bundle in Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare Legacy Edition, which costs $80. However, players might be able to find a discounted version during this time.

On other news, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered is currently hosting its St. Patrick's Day Event known as Operation: Shamrock & Awe. The event features a new map for players to play on. Additionally, players can also unlock a new character during the event's duration. Overall, it is an event full of rewards and bonuses. Modern Warfare's St Patrick's Day Event will officially end on April 3 at 12:01 PDT.

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered is currently available on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.


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