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Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 Campaign Remastered (Xbox One)

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    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.


'Call of Duty: Warzone 2.0' Introduces New Ashika Island Map
'Call of Duty: Warzone 2.0' Introduces New Ashika Island Map

As Call of Duty: Warzone 2.0 prepares to launch season 2, it offers a deep dive into Ashika Island, a new map for the highly-requested Resurgence battle royale mode which is said to be significantly smaller than the Al Mazrah map. As opposed to Warzone's traditional battle royale mode, players knocked down in Resurgence won't have to duke it out in the Gulag. Instead, they can be respawned by a teammate for a certain amount of time which increases after each subsequent death.Originally built to be a resort destination, development for Ashika Island was halted in the mid-'90s for reasons that remain undisclosed. Since that time, travel to the location has been heavily restricted. Latest reports indicate that the isle is being used as a hub for the Ultranationalist Konni Group to transport chemical and biological weapons.The map is often cast under drab weather conditions with the northwestern sector composed of mixed agricultural, residential, and industrial use. A shallow sandy beach with half-sunk barriers offers access to the main island, and features of the map include a harbor with a floating gas station to refuel aquatic vehicles, a hotel equipped with a sushi bar, an underwater submarine base, an aquarium, an ancient castle stronghold erected alongside a trio of SAM batteries, and much more.Take a detailed look at Ashika Island here. The map officially launches on Call of Duty: Warzone 2.0 this February 15 with Season 02. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Call of Duty (@callofduty) View this post on Instagram A post shared by Call of Duty (@callofduty)In other news, Apex Legends Mobile to shut down less than a year after launch.Read more at Hypebeast

Intel Arc 3 month performance check-in: Impressive Call of Duty gains
Intel Arc 3 month performance check-in: Impressive Call of Duty gains

Another month, another dutiful report on the state of Intel’s fledgling GPU drivers for its Arc series of graphics cards from PCWorld contributor Keith May. February sees the introduction of a new game to the roundup, the eye-catching but temperamental Forspoken, and some surprising framerate gains for a staple title. Plus, some exciting news that occurred mere hours after Keith’s video published: Intel is slashing the Arc A750’s price to $249! Compared to last month’s driver release, the Arc A770 driver didn’t change much for most of our testing titles. In GTA V, Counter-Strike GO, Assassin’s Creed: Valhalla, Shadow of the Tomb Raider, Total War: Troy, Borderlands 3, Horizon: Zero Dawn, Watch Dogs Legion, and Cyberpunk 2077, the results for the three-month test were in line with (or slightly behind) the two-month test. That’s a particular bummer for Cyberpunk, which just got a DLSS boost on the latest Nvidia cards. There was one standout: Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2. Whatever special sauce Intel put into the new driver, it’s showing about a 5-10 percent improvement across the board, while 1 percent lows saw a noticeable bump up to 51 frames per second at 1080p and 36 frames per second at 1440 — that’s some solid performance for such a new, graphically-intense game. The gains over the Arc launch are even more impressive. Forspoken is Square Enix’s new magical melee combat title. It looks gorgeous… if you have the power to run its detailed graphics and whiz-bang effects. Forspoken has already earned a reputation as a resource hog even on high-end gaming PCs, and the Arc A770 isn’t a high-end card. But to Intel’s credit, the day one driver release did manage to boost 1 percent lows by a solid ten percent, even if it didn’t do much for the average FPS. At 1080p, the game runs above 60 fps on high settings — not bad! For more testing of the latest graphics cards and other hardware, be sure to subscribe to PCWorld on YouTube. Arc A770 Limited Edition Read our review Graphics Cards