‘Call Of Duty Modern Warfare Remastered’ News: How Fans Felt About Variety Map Pack DLC? Sabotage PS4, Xbox One Now Available

By Ben Lindon , Updated Mar 23, 2017 05:22 AM EDT

"Call of Duty" is once again going through fire as it was in the year 2016 with the Modern Warfare Remastered DLC map pack. Apparently, the map pack known as the Variety Map Pack is set to be a paid downloadable content for the second time around. In the meantime, Infinite Warfare players on both the Xbox One and on PC may now grab their first DLC for the game.

Fans Question Additional Price For Same Paid Map Pack

It should be noted that the Variety Map Pack was also a paid downloadable content for the original game. Hence, a number of "Call of Duty" fans have noted profusion over Activision's decision to make the Variety Map Pack a paid DLC once more rather than handing over the content as a free DLC. Take note that many other developers are known to give gamers remastered content for their games.

In addition the "Call of Duty" fans have noted that the Variety Map Pack paid DLC will cost more this time than it did when it was released 9 years ago. Note that the original price for the map pack in 2008 was only $10 but will now cost $14.99. Apparently the decision by Activision is a strange one since "Call of duty" received a lot of anger in the previous year that has only started to die down, ThisGenGaming reported.

PS4 Exclusive "Sabotage" Comes To Xbox One And PC

In other news, the "Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare" gamers on PC and Xbox One may now play with the game's first paid expansion, "Sabotage". Note that all "Call of Duty" DLC are set to launch first on the Sony console as part of a timed-exclusivity arrangement between the game's publisher and Sony.

The "Call of Duty" DLCs are typically exclusive to the Sony PS4 for one month, Gamespot reported. "Sabotage" now adds four new multiplayer maps including the reimagined Afghan map from "Modern Warfare 2." Additionally, the DLC features the new Zombies chapter starring filmmaker Kevin Smith. Check out the Sabotage multiplayer trailer below:


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