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Raven Software has announced that they’ll be updating the server send rate in Modern Warfare Remastered with the next patch.


Many players have been complaining that the server send rate for MWR does not match the original COD4 server rate. This should rectify that.

The post Raven to increase server send rate in MWR in next patch appeared first on Charlie INTEL.

‘Tis the Season is all about giving, and we have some seriously awesome gifts heading your way. We hope that you’ve been good this year, because you won’t want to miss out on these items. Here’s a look at just some of what we have in store for Call of Duty players this month:

Epic Prototype Hailstorm – Thunder Pistol Bonus*

Call of Duty is honored to have some of the most loyal fans in gaming, and to show our gratitude we’re handing out a very cool weapon to players who have clocked time in both Call of Duty: Black Ops III and Call of Duty Infinite Warfare.

Starting today, all players who own Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare and who also play Call of Duty: Black Ops III will receive an epic prototype Hailstorm – Thunder pistol. It’s just our way of saying thank you, and to reward you for your loyalty.

The Hailstorm – Thunder is extremely shiny (and deadly), and features a three-round burst along with two perks: Whirlwind, which is a fast cycling auto burst that increases recoil, and Focus to reduce idle sway while aiming down sights. So, jump in the game today and equip it in your loadout to show some pride.

Modern Warfare Remastered Maps and Modes

When Modern Warfare Remastered launched last month, it included ten remastered maps from the original game. On December 13, players who own Modern Warfare Remastered will receive the remaining six remastered maps: Bloc, Countdown, Pipeline, Showdown, Strike, and Wet Work, along with the Hardpoint and Gun Game modes being made available in Modern Warfare Remastered for the first time.

Plus, we’re throwing in an additional chilly bonus as all Modern Warfare Remastered players will also get the remastered Winter Crash map in all its glory! We’ll be running a 24/7 Winter Crash playlist beginning on December 20 that will last through the holidays, and we’ll have more details soon.


Genesis Holiday Map

The holiday map makeover fever is spreading to Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare as well! Later this month, players will find a Genesis Holiday map waiting for them as the Headquarters for the Division of Mechanical Evolution gets a festive new look. Plus there will be a 24/7 Genesis Holiday playlist, ready to spread cheer, goodwill, and high KDRs.

12 Days of Winter


As it turns out, the Hailstorm – Thunder pistol, Modern Warfare Remastered maps and modes, and Genesis Holiday map are just the top of the present pile! Starting on December 21 and running through January 1, we will be offering some extremely cool gifts every day to Infinite Warfare players who log into the game.

These freebies range from big Salvage and Key bonuses, to winter-themed personalization items, and even winter-themed Common, Rare, and Legendary prototypes! Twelve Days, twelve awesome gifts for free, just for logging into the game. Just remember to log in every day from December 21 through January 1 to get that day’s bonus.

But wait, there’s even more! We’ll have even more announcements coming up, along with additional special bonuses heading your way throughout #TisTheSeason including some Double XP events and more, so stay frosty!

Tune in to the Activision Games Blog, and follow @CallofDuty, @InfinityWard, and @RavenSoftware on Twitter for the latest news.

*Offer valid through 11:59pm on 12/31/2016 PST. Content available for use in Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare. Game required; Sold separately. Bonus content valid only for players who own both Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare and Call of Duty: Black Ops III and have logged into Black Ops III with a live internet connection and played Infinite Warfare during the offer period. Program may vary by region. Loyalty program subject to change. Actual timing of receiving loyalty item may vary. Internet connection required.
There are many weapons in Modern Warfare Remastered that you can’t use, even though they’re mostly ready.


Modern Warfare Remastered players on PC have went digging into the game’s files and found a few hidden weapons that are not yet available for everyone. These weapons can be used, provided you know what you’re doing.

Reddit user Semyel managed to find ten of these, including a shovel. Some aren’t fully textured, but all of them have functioning animations and sounds. There’s even a new versions of the Desert Eagle.

It’s not clear why these weapons are left in the game’s files. One theory fans have is that they may have been initially intended to be in multiplayer but were later axed. Certain weapons did turn up in Modern Warfare 2 later, so they could be left over from the original CoD 4.

Others believe Activision could be planning to add them later as DLC, since they have gone through the trouble of remaking them with modern graphics.

You can take a look at all the ones dug up in the gallery below:
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The Redditor even captured video of the shovel, as well as the Kamchatka auto shotgun. Activision has been taking YouTube videos down, though, so these links are that’s left.

Perhaps we’ll find out before the end of the year if the upcoming map drop will include any new weapons.


We had so much interest in the previous Xbox One tournament we did, that we decided to host another one. Only this time, we're giving those on the Playstation 4 a chance to compete. The 1st place winner will walk away with the brand new "Sony PlayStation 4 Pro - 1TB". If you are interested in participating, please click the link below which will take you to our registration form. Good Luck and let all your friends know!

Hope the forum admins and moderators don't mind us posting this here. We are not including links to our forums. We would like to give everyone in the Call of Duty community a chance to participate and walk away with some awesome gifts!

YouTuber Pamaj has posted a new video from Modern Warfare Remastered showing off the District map in action in the remaster. In his video, it has been confirmed that Kill Confirmed mode, first introduced in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3, will make a feature in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered.


The post Kill Confirmed mode will be in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered appeared first on Charlie INTEL.

Fuck you, memories.


“What if remasters of older games are just like backwards compatibility – everyone asks for it but when it comes down to it no one actually plays it. We’re spoilt so quickly and distracted by the shiny new thing and I’m beginning to think that’s a good thing.”

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare is back, remastered and looking rather lovely. Oorah.

I’ve been playing it this past week because I’m a spoilt games journalist and it’s great. I am in no way influenced by rose-tinted night vision goggles. Modern Warfare still rocks hard AF.

It’s exactly the same as it was back in the day before I had children and my wife didn’t have to pretend she still loved me. You don’t need me to remind you that Modern Warfare nailed Call of Duty to the mainstream consciousness like an interactive torture scene. It became a cultural phenomenon at that point and remains so, even when there are better, more gloriously violent first-person shooters flooding your consoles. This was way before it lost its way and you started playing levels as Riley the fucking dog. Remember that brief trend when we got dogs in games? Yeesh.

Except, as much as I don’t want to admit it, it’s not as good as I remember. That’s because no matter how good the remastering process is, games age pretty poorly. They just grow so quickly that something cool five years ago is a right load of old bollocks today. Remastered games are the grey hairs in my beard.


Raven has done a great job of adding little extras – from smoother animations to reload sounds through the controller’s speaker – but it can’t change the level design. So the signposting is pretty poor and all your AI buddies get in the way, clogging up the doorway like it’s 2007 all over again. Because it is, essentially.

Call of Duty has never been very open in its map design, but this feels like a particularly narrow funnel, where trying a route around the smallest of objects is impossible if you’re not meant to go that way. Car hood in your path? Forget it, it may as well be the Doors of Durin. Sometimes that’s used effectively to push you from one encounter to another, but more often than not it’s a frustrating bumble to find the correct path, not the obvious one you can see right in front of your eyes. No one likes to be told by a game they’re playing it wrong.

So Modern Warfare is old-school and a bit clunky and that’s to be expected but goddamn, I still get a buzz from War Pig’s “POSITIVE ID ON YOUR SPARKLE. WE’RE COMING IN HOT” and then the Apache helicopter swoops in and is all blamblamblamblamblamblammo and motherfuckers’ are flying all over the shop like bad trampolinists. Death From Above remains chillingly realistic, reducing war to a meta video game inside a video game about war. All Ghillied Up is probably the best mission in any Call of Duty game.

It’s still great, and I don’t regret returning to it, but the lit firework I was expecting has fallen over and spunked it’s fizzle into the wet grass. It’s a little bit heartbreaking. I mean, what if the games industry pushes new technology forward so quickly and relentlessly because games age so quickly, so badly? Maybe we should never look back.

What if remasters of older games are just like backwards compatibility or the return of a Nintendo character other than Mario and Zelda – everyone asks for it but when it comes down to it no one actually plays it. We’re spoilt so quickly and distracted by the shiny new thing and I’m beginning to think that’s a good thing. Frankly, what if all old games are shit?

I got a bit down about it all to be honest with you, so to cheer myself up I decided to compile a scientific list of all the games Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered is better than and the results are in. In no particular order:

All The Games Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered Is Better Than:

  • Call of Duty
  • Call of Duty 2
  • Call of Duty: Big Red One
  • Call of Duty: Finest Hour
  • Call of Duty 3
  • Call of Duty: Road to Victory
  • Call of Duty: World at War
  • Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare (2007)
  • Call of Duty: Black Ops
  • Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2
  • Call of Duty: Black Ops 2
  • Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3
  • Call of Duty: Strike Team
  • Call of Duty: Ghosts
  • Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare
  • Call of Duty: Black Ops 3
  • Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare, let’s be honest, most probably.
  • All the other games ever made, ever.
  • Apart from maybe DJ Hero.

Writing this list cheered me up even though it’s not true and then I skipped off to tell my wife I love her and I didn’t play games all weekend and we had a lovely time. So basically, despite our brief reunion, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare isn’t what it used to be but it did just save my marriage.

Thanks, Activision!

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered shouldn’t be lumped in with all those lazy HD re-releases you’re sick of.


Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare special editions include Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered, and those who pre-ordered on PS4 are already playing the campaign thanks to Sony and Activision’s unflappable love affair.

Since you can’t buy it separately, the prospect of revisiting Call of Duty Modern Warfare in HD was always going to be a heck of selling point for the controversially sci-fi leanings of Infinite Warfare – but it looks like the new version of the old classic is a lot more than a quick bit of clever marketing.

A new report from Eurogamer‘s Digital Foundry goes into the group’s trademark fine detail on Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered, and comes away with nothing but praise for a re-release it says is closer to a remake than a quick visual makeover.

According to the group’s analysis, in addition to a bump up to 1080p Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered boasts “new assets, upgraded effects work [and] more dynamic camera work for the cutscenes”.

“In that sense, simply calling this latest version of Modern Warfare a remaster would be doing the game a disservice, when what we have here is a fully-fledged remake of a title that defined the last generation of first-person shooters,” the report asserts.

Digital Foundry calls the resolution increase “arguably one of the least important upgrades” to Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered, despite providing a “huge boost in overall image quality”.

Instead, the group points to changes made in the opening area, none of which detract from the original design – “more vehicles on-screen and extra set-pieces such as other recruits running around outside, along with tanks driving by as you head over to the next waypoint … Weather and lighting conditions are much darker, delivering a more authentic feel.”

This continue through the whole game, but Digital Foundry also highlights new geometry on character models; new geometry, textures and reworked normal maps in the environments; and new shaders on everything which come “reasonably close” to the quality of all-modern games like Advanced Warfare and Black Ops 3. New lighting and effects lead to darker darkness and more realistic scenes.

In short, it sounds like Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered is a lot fancier than we’ve (sadly) become used to when it comes to HD re-releases. Do go read the full report for all the details.

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You’re going to need quite a bit of free space on your PlayStation 4 hard drive to install the two Call of Duty games coming out next month.


The Legacy Edition of Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare includes two games: Infinite Warfare and Modern Warfare Remastered. That’s two campaigns, and two multiplayer clients.

Anyone would’ve guessed that installing both would require a lot of free hard drive space, but it seems the number on the back of the box is bigger than anyone could’ve imagined. The box for the retail PlayStation 4 version of the Legacy Edition cites 130GB of free space required for the games.

French retailer Micromania actually sent these boxes to customers who pre-ordered the Legacy Edition, along with a code for the campaign for early access. The infinite Warfare disc itself will supposedly be delivered closer to launch.

CharlieIntel obtained a picture of the box, and as you can see below, it does say 130GB.


Asking for 130GB is bizarre for a couple of reasons. If we assume that Infinite Warfare will be closer to 60GB by recent Call of Duty (and modern games) size standards, it would mean that Modern Warfare Remastered will have to be 70GB.

The Modern Warfare remaster campaign download is around 40GB, so unless there’s another 30GB to be downloaded at launch, this number is probably off base. It would be hard to imagine a remake of an old game weighing as much as a new one, or even having the same size.

By comparison, last year’s Black Ops 3 asked for at least 55GB in hard drive space, in line with other games released at the time. This is either a misprint, or it’s simply not the final box design, seeing as we’re one month ahead of launch.

Outside of file sizes, the back of the box also reveals that alongside Infinity Ward and Raven Software, three other Activision studios are involved in making the games. These are Beenox, Certain Affinity, and High Moon Studios.

Whatever it is, we’ll surely find out when copies eventually leak ahead of the November 4 launch.


Anyone who wants both and has to download that better have good internet

The moment of truth; how does Modern Warfare Remastered stack up to the original Xbox 360 release?

Now that many are starting to play the single-player campaign for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered, we’re starting to see comparisons made between the graphically enhanced PS4 version and the 2007 Xbox 360 original.

One such comparison was done by Eurogamer, and it shows off all the new improvements in lighting, texture detail, and even some of the new physics.

The opening bit, although very limited in what it shows, has seen massive improvements, too, including entirely new objects that really help with the immersion. There’s also a new training section added to the opening level, including new dialogue.

The video then takes to the first actual mission on the tanker and through the one where your character gets shot. The spoken Arabic dialogue now more accurately represents the English subtitle, a bonus if these things bug you. The video often shows scenes side-by-side, and switches the audio track between them, and you can really hear richer sound effects.


With Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered campaign launching this week for PS4 owners who pre-purchase Infinite Warfare, the trophies for the campaign have now been revealed on Exophase.

As noted earlier, PS4 players who play during the early access period can earn trophies for Modern Warfare Remastered as they play, with all of the progress transferring over.

Here’s the trophies…[SPOILERS]:

  • Just another day at the office – Earn all available trophies for Call of Duty®: Modern Warfare® Remastered.
  • Earn a Winged Dagger – Complete ‘F.N.G.’.
  • Make the Jump – Infiltrate a cargo ship.
  • Dancing in the Dark – Kill the power.
  • Save the Bacon – Protect ‘War Pig’, the Abrams tank.
  • Death From Above – Operate an AC-130 gun ship.
  • Wrong Number – Find Al-Asad’s safehouse.
  • Piggyback Ride – Carry Cpt. MacMillan to safety.
  • Desperate Measures – Corner Zakhaev’s Son.
  • Win the War – Complete the game on any difficulty.
  • Look Sharp – Find 15 enemy intel items.
  • Eyes and Ears – Find 30 enemy intel items.
  • Down Boy Down – Survive a dog attack.
  • New Squadron Record – Complete the cargo ship mockup in less than 19 seconds.
  • Rescue Roycewicz – Save Pvt. Roycewicz on the stairs.
  • Your Show Sucks – Destroy all the TVs showing Al-Asad’s speech.
  • Man of the People – Save the farmer.
  • Straight Flush – Kill 5 enemies with one shot while in the AC-130 gunship.
  • Ghillies In The Mist – Complete ‘All Ghillied Up’ without alerting any enemies.
  • Mile High Club – Sky dive to safety on Veteran difficulty.
  • No Rest for the Weary – Stab an injured crawling enemy.
  • Deep and Hard – Complete the game on Hardened or Veteran difficulty.
  • The Package – Complete ‘Crew Expendable’ on Veteran difficulty.
  • The Rescue – Complete ‘Blackout’ on Veteran difficulty.
  • The Search – Complete ‘Charlie Don’t Surf’ on Veteran difficulty.
  • The Bog – Complete ‘The Bog’ and ‘War Pig’ on Veteran difficulty.
  • The Escape – Complete ‘Hunted’ and ‘Death From Above’ on Veteran difficulty.
  • The First Horseman – Complete ‘Shock and Awe’ on Veteran difficulty.
  • The Second Horseman – Complete ‘Safehouse’ on Veteran difficulty.
  • The Shot – Complete ‘All Ghillied Up’ and ‘One Shot, One Kill’ on Veteran difficulty.
  • The Third Horseman – Complete ‘Heat’ and ‘The Sins of the Father’ on Veteran difficulty.
  • The Ultimatum – Complete ‘Ultimatum’, ‘All In’, and ‘No Fighting in the War Room’ on Veteran difficulty.
  • The Fourth Horseman – Complete ‘Game Over’ on Veteran difficulty.
  • Daredevil – Kill an enemy while blinded by a flashbang in the single player campaign.
  • Roadkill – Kill 2 enemies by blowing up a car in the single player campaign.
  • Bird on the Ground – Shoot down an enemy helicopter with an RPG in the single player campaign.
  • Four of a Kind – Kill 4 enemies in a row with headshots in the single player campaign.
  • Three of a Kind – Kill 3 enemies in a row with your knife in the single player campaign.
  • Time Paradox – Kill Makarov and complete your mission
  • Weapon Master – Get a kill with each type of handheld gun, explosive and launcher in the single player campaign.
  • Flyswatter – Destroy 8 enemy helicopters in ‘Heat’.
  • Desert Storm – Find the Desert Eagle in ‘Crew Expendable’ and kill 5 enemies with it.
  • Master Ninja – Complete any level using only the knife to kill enemies.
  • Dogs. I Hate Dogs. – Kill 20 attack dogs with a knife.
  • The Man in the High Tower – Find and use the hidden cache in ‘Heat’.
  • Feel the Heat – Kill all 4 tanks on the overpass with the Javelin missile in ‘The Bog’.
  • Retro Shooter – Complete any level without reloading your weapon (excluding ‘The Coup’ and ‘Aftermath’).
  • Best of the Best – Beat IW best time on the Ship Training course in ‘F.N.G.’ (15.1 sec).
  • Man versus Machine – Alert the enemy helicopter in ‘All Ghillied Up’ and take it down.
  • Reinforcement Denied – Kill at least 3 rappelling enemies in a single rope.
  • Explosion Man – Kill 20 enemies with explosives in a single level.

SOURCE: ExoPhase

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Following the release of the Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered Launch Trailer this week, Activision launched a new site to highlight Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered at callofduty.com/modern-warfare-remastered.

This site has some new legal wording under the first half that has not been present in their marketing or legal FAQs before this. It states, “Modern Warfare Remastered is a full game download (game disc must be inserted to play Modern Warfare Remastered).


This is the first time an official Activision site has listed that a “game disc” is required to play Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered. Modern Warfare Remastered, regardless of which edition you buy of Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare (Legacy/Legacy Pro), is a digital download only.

For those who are getting the two games digitally, this does not apply for you. This only applies to physical purchases of Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare’s Legacy and Legacy Pro editions.

Many fans were suggesting the possibility of selling their Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare disc after getting the Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered code, but it appears that might not be an option anymore.

As we stated above, Activision has never used this wording before, so we are not sure if this is a mistake or something changed. We will update if we get any information from Activision regarding this.

The post New legal wording on CoD site suggests IW disc might be required to play MWR appeared first on Charlie INTEL.


Raven Software’s Amos Hodge has announced on Twitter that they have added in an option to Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered that will let fans turn off the medals showing up in-game on your HUD.

Medals are a new feature to Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered, since they were not in Call of Duty 4.

The post Modern Warfare Remastered will include option to disable medals from showing up on HUD appeared first on Charlie INTEL.

Raven Software developer has announced that Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered multiplayer will feature all of the playlists that Call of Duty 4 had at launch, plus additional playlists.

The original Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare featured the following playlists:

  • Team Deathmatch
  • Mercenary Team Deathmatch
  • Free-for-All
  • Domination
  • Ground War
  • Sabotage
  • Headquarters
  • Search and Destroy
  • Team Tactical
  • Old School Free-for-All
  • Cage Match

They have not yet specified that the additional playlists will be. Stay tuned.

The post Modern Warfare Remastered will feature all of the MP playlists (and more) from original COD4 appeared first on Charlie INTEL.

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