Sony has made a shocking decision: they will not be selling the Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare game on the PlayStation Store from Russia. The announcement has been made by Activision, the company that developed the military shooter.
However, “Call of Duty Russia” user said on Twitter that they look forward for the release of the game in digital form, for PC and Xbox, starting October 25:
“Call of Duty: Modern Warfare is a fictional game that has been thoughtfully created to entertain fans and tell a compelling narrative. Sony Interactive Entertainment has decided not to sell Modern Warfare on the PlayStation Store in Russia at this time. We look forward to launching Modern Warfare digitally in Russia on 25 October on PC via Battle.net and on console via Xbox.”
The story of Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare revolves around some terrorists that get their hands on chemical weapons, and the preparation to launch a deadly attack. The player has to firstly get a young girl to escape a Russian bombing campaign in the Middle East. Her father is being murdered by a Russian soldier. The girl has to later stand against the Russian occupation.
Activision says more: “Labeled a terrorist organisation by the Russian government for their long-standing resistance, Russian soldiers are ordered to make no distinction between the terror group Al-Qatala and the liberation fighters under Farah’s command.”
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare is an outstanding game for PS4, Xbox One, and Windows; therefore, many shooter games fans will enjoy playing it for hours. It would be too bad not to have the possibility to delight yourself with such a game, if you like military shooters. How can you not love how piercing and dreadful bullets are drilling the chests, skulls, or limbs of your friends, co-workers, neighbors, bosses, mothers-in-law, etc? I mean only virtually, of course.
Brian Dean is just getting his feet wet as tech reporter but has already had his work featured in many major publications including Tech Spot and Tech Crunch. In regards to academics, Brian earned a degree in business from Fordham University. Brian has passion for emerging technology and covers upcoming products and breakthroughs in science and tech.