Many all over the world seem to want to know more about the upcoming Modern Warfare Remastered than Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare. So if you are one of those people we have some news for you.
Raven Software Director David Pellas revealed in an interview with Forbes that Modern Warfare Remastered will have a major improvement in the graphics department, but will not make any changes to the gameplay experience. Stating..
“There’s a lot of new tech and new features going into the maps. But the one thing, the core thing that we were very cognitive of, is we wanted the gameplay experience to remain the same. So we’re not looking to make significant changes to multiplayer maps, for example, but what we’re able to do because of the new generation of hardware is offer such an incredible leap forward in graphics fidelity.
Things like clouds moving over and being able to have that shadow of the cloud as it moves over the sun, is just a really impressive thing to see. The dynamics of the water effects as you’re splashing through the ravine in Overgrown, for example, is another one of those features that we wouldn’t have been able to do seven years ago, but the new generation of hardware pulls it off without a hitch.
So there’s a lot of little things like that added to it. Just to add a sense of realism and give you a real presence within the world that, as good as the first one was, these little tweaks just take it to another level.
Our directive at the beginning, and we believe this to be an important aspect of the remaster, is to remain true to the tenets that made modern warfare the game we all remember it to be. So we’re not looking to reinvent the wheel, we’re really trying to stay true to that game experience.”