With Activision finally bringing back Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare as a stand-alone title on Steam, we think you have two options - find a way to play the original without getting kicked, or simply support something that feels much the same, while being from a company with morales.
Escape from Tarkov is that game we recommend. Through the trailer down below, it probably won't take long to notice the resembleces; or at least get that Modern Warfare vibe from its multiplayer action.
With a Closed Beta test recently kicking off for those we're pre-ordered one of the game's many editions, expect to see a growing number of impressions videos popping up all over YouTube. They've actually already begun. So if you're looking to see some consistant gameplay that's a little more resprestative of the whole experience, your best bet is to track down a few of those. The trailer is absolutely fine, but who sneaks around that much, really? It's the run n' gun experience or nothing in these kinds of games.
Escape from Tarkov is much more than your simple deathmatch FPS. In fact, it's more a persistant shoot n' loot persistant online world. Utilizing real-life conditions, your soldier can succum to illness or other menial afflictions like fatigue, hunger or intoxication or simple suffer from their wounds over time. Housing a number of multiplayer game modes, its story-driven scenario mode is likely where you'll find you and the brunt of most other players as they fight for survival against both the AI factions and players who'd rather branch off and go it alone.
If you're looking to get in on the closed beta, you're likely to have strong hopes for this game. The lowers access point would be a 34.99 EURO purchase, with the upper tiers coming with added reputation bonuses and starting stashes.