An "rapid" in depth review
Raven Software has just proven to us how they are one of the few developers can remaster a game. Everything from the character models, attention to detail, textures, visuals/graphics, audio, voice, gun models and lighting are truly at a professional level! You could actually see for yourself that they actually put a lot of effort into this remaster.
The story/narrative of mwr still holds up from the original (which in my opinion is a certified masterpiece). I mainly play games for the single player, which in my opinion is a massive pillar in games. This campaign is A LOT better when it comes to the technical department. The replayability has reached the stars compared to the original, which I would give it a 10/10
The music, still the same as the original, still is spectacular!
The coop in this game is good. Had a blast playing 1 on 1 with my little brother, but as you play for a while you see that half the maps are premium, meaning you have to pay 15 bucks to access them, which is absolutely absurd. Apart from that, I had a good time.
The multiplayer is above average at best. The guns are good and the maps are great. However, the lootbox system, currency and the lack of variety in weapons is what had pissed me off. This gives new players a disadvantage which kills off the interest for them.
I know it's not Raven Software's fault, but because of Activision's greed.
Overall, I had a great time. The campaign and the technical department is a masterclass. The multiplayer and the coop on the other hand, is a bit of a mess. Nonetheless, it's at a AAA quality game when it comes to the singleplayer and the details. The multiplayer and coop, I recommend you to be patient.
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