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Despite being the platonic ideal of a big budget, blockbuster video games, the Call of Duty series has had its fair share of glitches, and the first Modern Warfare was no exception. Many of them included ways to escape multiplayer maps entirely, falling out of the levels into strange and bizarre mirror universes bereft of textures and other people.


Spend enough time around the Australian indie development scene and you'll hear a story. It's one often told by Defiant Development's Morgan Jaffit, the studio responsible for Hand of Fate. It's a story about an idea, or rather, what happens when a developer gets to keep working on one.


Within the space of three weeks, gamers are going to be presented with three major franchises. If you pre-ordered and paid a small fortune, you'll be able to play Battlefield 1's campaign and multiplayer today. Titanfall 2 comes out the following week, and shortly after that players will have two Call of Duty games to pour over: Infinite Warfare and the Modern Warfare remaster.

That's a lot of heads to shoot. Question is: which game are you going to shoot more heads in?


A lot of Call of Duty fans are more excited over the remastered version of the original Modern Warfare than Infinite Warfare's future shenanigans, but they can't have one without the other. Either a full digital purchase of Infinite Warfare or the physical disc is required for the remaster to run.


If there's one thing that will live on in my memory for a long, long time, it's the many memories I have of late night LAN parties playing Call of Duty 4. Over, and over, and over, and over again.

People have been playing the multiplayer of the remastered Modern Warfare a go over the last couple of days. And the best possible thing happened: it looks and sounds like what I played at all those LANs many moons ago.