Modern Warfare 2’s Multiplayer Won’t Be Remastered
A new PEGI rating has been spotted for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 Campaign Remastered on PS4. Alongside a mess load of leaks over the last year — including an Amazon Italy listing and an ambiguous slip-up from a CoD voice actor — this rating from the Pan European Game Information Board might just be the real thing.
As reported by Gematsu, the PEGI listing has since disappeared which means we might be getting confirmation on its existence very soon. As it’s been rumoured in the past, it looks like only the solo campaign is getting remastered, not the multiplayer component.
While nothing has been announced by Activision, this obviously isn’t the first time a previous Modern Warfare game has been given the remaster treatment. In 2016, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered (which is free on PS Plus this month) was released alongside special editions of Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare, a decision that didn’t go down well with everyone. A standalone release eventually followed in June 2017 for PS4 and Xbox One and PC in July 2017.
Despite the backlash, it’s being speculated that Activision might end up doing the same thing with this years’ Call of Duty game, also rumoured to be Modern Warfare 4. Until we get an official confirmation, you can always boot up Modern Warfare 2 via Xbox One backwards compatibility.
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