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Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare Includes Remake of Beloved Map Terminal

News Bot Jul 21, 2016

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    Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare is still a few months away, but today at San Diego Comic-Con, developer Infinity Ward shared some new information about its upcoming shooter: The studio announced that the beloved map Terminal, which first appeared in Modern Warfare 2, is being remade for Infinite Warfare, and it'll be a preorder bonus.
    During its panel, the developer revealed that Terminal is getting a fresh coat of paint to make it more compatible with the science-fiction world of Infinite Warfare. An image posted on Infinity Ward's Twitter shows a little of what you can expect from the reimagining of the map:
    [​IMG]The structure of the map appears the same to the original, but the aesthetics have clearly been overhauled. It now looks like a space station terminal, with elements of the map changed to match the new theme. For example, the passenger jet from the original, which usually became a nexus of fierce firefights, has been replaced with a space shuttle.
    Terminal was also brought to Modern Warfare 3, although that version was essentially identical to the original.
    You'll get access to the map if you preorder Infinite Warfare ahead of its November 4 release date for PS4, Xbox One, and PC.
    In addition, if you purchase the Legacy Edition of the game for $80, you'll get access to Modern Warfare Remastered, a standalone remake of Call of Duty 4 that includes ten multiplayer maps from the original game. You can also buy the Legacy Pro edition, which includes Infinite Warfare, Modern Warfare Remastered, and Infinite Warfare's season pass.
    Recently, Infinity Ward showed off a lengthy demo of a level from Modern Warfare Remastered, which you can watch here.
    Check back on GameSpot the rest of this week for more news from San Diego Comic-Con 2016.


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