The often-leaked remaster might be edging closer to an official announcement.
Ever since Activision released Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered in 2016, talk of a similar remaster for its direct sequel, Modern Warfare 2, has been a dime a dozen, and it’s seeming like it’s going to materialize in something tangible soon. The Game Rating and Administration Committee (or GRAC) – the South Korean ratings board for video games – has handed an age rating to Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 Campaign Remastered.
There have been conflicting reports about whether or not this remaster – which hasn’t even been officially announced yet – will have a multiplayer component the way Modern Warfare 1’s remaster did. While earlier reports suggested it wouldn’t, another report earlier this month stated to the contrary. If it does indeed have a multiplayer component, it might come as a separate package, or post-launch content- or maybe it just won’t have multiplayer at all, which would be disappointing, considering that that was, after all, the original game’s defining feature.
There have been plenty of leaks about a Modern Warfare 2 remaster of late. Other than the recent report mentioned above, another leak regarding various Activision games in development also made mention of the title. Activision, too, have previously said that they have several remastered games in development.