Experience the all-out action of Call of Duty® 4: Modern Warfare®, updated to the Call of Duty® Modern Warfare® 2 engine. Titanfall® owners can get in on™ the action with three exclusive Multiplayer maps, plus the one-hour Zombies Chronicles mission, Terminal. Play as any of the three new playable characters, including a female soldier, hacker, or experienced veteran. It’s tacti-cool or tasty-dead!
Enjoy all of the explosive combat of Call of Duty® 4: Modern Warfare® in high-definition, using dynamic lighting and shadows that will leave your screen looking like you just stepped onto a war-torn battlefield. The game shines on both XBox 360 and PS3, offering a 6GB download, up from 3GB in Call of Duty® 4: Modern Warfare®, plus getting the full set of multiplayer maps for the first time. And if that’s not enough, the entire game is included in one download to play on both platforms. Call of Duty® 4: Modern Warfare® remains the definitive Modern Warfare experience. Adapt or die.
Feel The Fear returns in the next chapter of the critically acclaimed Call of Duty® franchise, offering a true alternative experience to the globally successful Call of Duty® Modern Warfare® with a standalone campaign and mode as well as four unique Multiplayer maps and an original Zombie mode map exclusive to this release. Jackal and a new band of survivors team up to shepherd the decommissioned MH.S. Drake to the UK.
Dead of Winter, the first DLC pack for Call of Duty® 4: Modern Warfare® 2 is packed with new weapons, new attachments, new game modes and new characters, including a brand new playable character, Wolverine. The script is completely re-written by Tripwire. Dead of Winter is free on all platforms.
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