Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered will not include a battle royale mode:

The developer of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered is not interested in making a battle royale mode for the game. There is too much content to cover & Infinity Ward wants to focus on that aspect of the upcoming game.

Multiplayer designer director, Joe Cecot, told IGN that Call of Duty: Modern Warfare & Black Ops 4 are different vibes, Infinity Ward is focusing on the multiplayer aspect of the game & they love to play battle royale. They are interested in large number of player gatherings but now they want to focus to provide core multiplayer experience.

It looks like we will not be able to play a battle royale mode this year. Joe explains that they are focusing on the upcoming game’s authentic & gritty, realistic weaponry & it will offer a changed experience. They want to provide pure experience that Modern Warfare provided.

Right now Modern Warfare’s biggest player count can be found in Ground War, which allows up to forty players. When Modern Warfare releases this year, the idea is to allow Ground War to allow over hundred players in one match. The upcoming Gunfight mode is the upcoming game’s smallest player count, allowing two versus two fights based on ability & tactical positioning.

Private & public betas will be available in the beginning of September for reboot game. Those who pre-order PS4 version of Modern Warfare will exclusively play the first beta between 12 – 13 September. The second round will be available on PS4 b/w 14 – 16 September. PC & Xbox One players can play b/w 19 - 20 September. The final beta will be available to anyone who wants to play it b/w 21 – 23 September 2019.

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