Call of Duty: Modern Warfare will not be sold on Russia's PlayStation Store, this information was confirmed by the game's official Twitter profile. The publication revealed that Sony decided not to sell the game in the online store, but did not explain exactly why the decision was made.

At the heart of Modern Warfare is a completely fictional story carefully crafted to please gamers. SIE has decided not to sell the game on the Russian PlayStation Store. We look forward to the release of the PC and Xbox One digital format game on October 25th.

It has not been revealed whether physical media for the Sony console has also been banned from Russian territory. For now, the company has not commented on why digital content will not be available in the online store.

According to Gamerant, it speculated that the absence of the product is due to the history of the game. Call of Duty: Modern Warfare's plot will feature the breakaway group White Helmets on the “good guys” side. The Russian government opposes separatists, so Sony may not want to "upset" the country's leadership.

Meanwhile, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare is said to arrive on PS4, Xbox One and PC on the 25th of October.


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