Call Of Duty Summer Event Comes With A Bunch Of Free Stuff

Isaac Cain
June 27, 2017

Following earlier rumours, Activision has finally confirmed a standalone release for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered, after initially exclusively bundling the re-release with the Legacy Edition of last year's Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare.

Infinite Warfare players, meanwhile, can try out the Turista map from the Continuum Map Pack for free. At that time Activision asserted that Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered would not be sold separately. This includes login rewards, access to free themed maps, special playlists, game modes, and new gear and weapon camos.

Call of Duty fans will want to spend their summer days drifting away to the nearest console or PC to make sure they don't miss out on any of this exciting Days of Summer event action. A standalone version of the game is now available on PS4 in either physical or digital form for $39.99 / £34.99.

Two free in-game gifts each week by logging in every Wednesday and Friday. Depending on which Combat Rig you play as during multiplayer matches, you'll be able to play as Reyes, ETH.3N, Price, Ghost or Salter.

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It'll cost you $39.99 in the States with no price for United Kingdom members of the video game playing public just yet, and won't contain the Variety Map Pack DLC which you'll have to purchase separately if you feel so inclined.

The game will also provide a free summer-themed supply drop to players who log into the shooter each week.

New limited-time weapon camos, emblems, calling cards and other summer-themed in loot pool. Players will get to play on a beach version of Bog, enjoy a new version of Prop Hunt, and earn a bunch of summer-themed awards.

Black Ops 3 won't join in on the summer fun until Tuesday, July 11 at 1 p.m. ET / 10 a.m. PT. Activision is making the four maps from the Awakening DLC - Skyjacked, Gauntlet, Rise and Splash - available for everyone during this time.

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