The First Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare Reviews Are In

Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare is out today. We only just got our review code yesterday, so our review is still a while away, but a few reviews have just started dropping online moments ago, and they’re fairly positive so far.

The game is currently sitting at an 82 on Metacritic, but this is obviously set to change over the coming days with more reviews dropping and in-progress reviews going to completed.

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GameSpot gave the game a 7/10 and said: 2019’s Modern Warfare both draws from the original and lays a good foundation for the rest of the series, despite some thematic issues and co-op pitfalls.

AusGamers gave the game an 8.5/10 and said: Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 was excellent, and although Call of Duty: Modern Warfare doesn’t quite reach those same heights, it’s still a very enjoyable game. Its biggest downfall is the broken state of Special Ops in its current iteration, and the move back to kill streaks in multiplayer is a strange change of direction. The return of a campaign is welcomed for players like me who look forward to playing them every year. It’s brilliantly executed and is by far the one of the best in a very long time. Overall Call of Duty: Modern Warfare is another terrific multiplayer experience with a fresh take on the campaign that is greatly satisfying.

GameInformer gave the game an 8.8/10 and said: Leveling up guns is ridiculously fun, and the breadth of modes keeps this experience from feeling repetitive. This is a game you can sink tons of time into

TrueGaming gave the game a 9/10 and said: One of the best installments to date, Modern Warfare brings the series back with an excellent campaign and a variety of co-op modes.

COGonnected gave the game an 8.2/10 and said: Call of Duty: Modern Warfare does everything fans of the franchise could ever want. You get the triumphant return of the single-player campaign; crossplay that actually works; maps and weapons available to everyone; and a robust multiplayer experience packed with over 25 maps (including Spec Ops maps) out of the box. Modern Warfare isn’t the best Call of Duty game in the franchise as the single-player and Spec Ops modes fall a little short. Yet, at the very least it pushes the series back in the right direction and fans should be plenty satisfied with what Infinity Ward has brought to the table this year.

DailyStar gave the game an 8/10 and said: In general, Call of Duty Modern Warfare is a tight shooter that hits most of the parts you expect from a AAA shooter, while throwing heaps of new ideas into the mix.