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Call of Duty: Modern Warfare

Sony has made the decision not to sell Call of Duty: Modern Warfare through the PlayStation Store in Russia. This is according to a statement issued by Sony Russia today via Twitter. The statement was then confirmed later by the Call of Duty Russia Twitter account.

The publisher says that while the game will no longer be sold on the PlayStation Store, it will still be available to purchase digitally for PC via Battle.net and Xbox. The full statement from Activision, as translated by Eurogamer, can be read below.

"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."
According to Activision, even though Call of Duty: Modern Warfare is a reboot of the original Modern Warfare franchise, it still does feature a group of Russians as the villains. So maybe that's why Sony has decided not to sell the game on the PlayStation Store there? That would be super weird if that was actually the case, especially when it doesn't seem like the game itself is banned in the region.