Activision has confirmed that Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered is getting a standalone release on PS4 tomorrow, with other platforms to follow.
We've heard plenty of rumors that Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered would get a standalone release this summer, and last Friday, Activision made it official. The updated version of one of the most popular shooters of all time will be released for PS4 tomorrow, July 27.
This version will include the full campaign and all 16 multiplayer maps that were included in the version packed into CoD: Infinite Warfare. Starting tomorrow, there's also a new Call of Duty "Days of Summer" event kicking off. It's a five-week celebration that will offer up in-game giveaways, events for extra XP, and new playlists across multiple titles. This will also include a brand-new summer-themed map for Modern Warfare Remastered that will be available throughout the event.
What this version will not include is the Variety Map Pack that was released in March of this year. That pack brought back four maps from the original game: Broadcast, Chinatown, Creek and Killhouse, and also included 10 Rare Supply Drops.
While Activision has said the standalone release for PC and Xbox One will be coming later, it hasn't offered up any specifics as to when that will happen. If you're looking to pick up the PS4 version, you can get it digitally or at retail tomorrow for $39.99. If you want the aforementioned Variety Map Pack, it will run $14.99.