We decided to choose two new items for this week and share them with you. Here they come – Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 4 announced and Xbox Games Pass for PC.
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 4 Announced
Activision has announced the reveal of the Call of Duty: Modern Warfare this week. Fans should not confound it with the 2007’s Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare, which is the first title thought-out to be the Modern Warfare trilogy.
The Call of Duty: Modern Warfare is scheduled to launch on October the 25th. The outline of this edition is that after the single-player title returned, and it’s as dark as it can get. Created as a reflection on modern warfare and with that picture in mind, it is horrible stuff. The preview released to the public depicted unclear shootouts in an apartment block and the arrival of child soldiers. In a title that one of the selling points is ‘no season pass this time’ that is a bit gruesome.
The original Call of Duty: Modern Warfare was the peak point where all the games ended up being blockbuster absurd, and also happened to openly be quite a fascinating satire of the War on Terror. This variant is going for the same result, but it looks like it will not strike that much again. However, we will see what happens in October when it will launch.
Xbox Games Pass Is Arriving On PC
Xbox Game Pass is among the most excellent ideas from the Xbox One generation. Xbox users can access a continuously extending structure of games for a fixed fee. They can download the games as they want.
This service is like a Netflix for videogamers. However, it is not streaming. The service is widely loved by players as it’s a fabulous deal. The PC Gamer has reported that the service is now going to be made available for PC as well. This variant will release with a library of more than 100 PC games, according to Microsoft, and new titles will be incorporated to the service when it will be released if they are PC compatible. Microsoft says it will unveil more about the service at the E3 2019.
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