It’s the star of the show.
“We want to put you in the shoes of a soldier facing the morally complex realities of modern war,” said Taylor Kurosaki, studio narrative director at Infinity Ward.
I was shown an early mission that started with a terrorist attack on London, then transitioned to a counterattack on the terrorist’s hideout in a quiet apartment complex.
The apartment is the terrorist’s base of operations, but it’s also where they live with their families.
Modern Warfare’s raw feel is only enhanced by its upgraded graphics, which look fantastic.
Dead foes slump over with disturbing weight the moment you land a headshot, and walls prove no obstacle to rifle rounds — as several terrorists found out.