Activision is rumored to release a Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 remaster this year, but without including multiplayer component, sources from Eurogamer and Charlie Intel confirm that. The campaign’s remaster may already be released in April.
Charlie Intel says he has heard from a source at Raven Software that a remaster of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 without multiplayer is in the making. The remaster, however, would not be made by that studio, which party does, but it is possibly Beenox. That is a team that helped Raven in making the last year released remaster of the first Modern Warfare game.
Eurogamer has been able to confirm the existence of the remaster of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 on the basis of its own sources and also concludes that no multiplayer will be present. Earlier, the remaster already appeared in listings with Amazon, there would have been that the game costs about twenty euros and in April. The low price could be explained by the lack of multiplayer.
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 came out in 2009. The single-player campaign of the game was rated 9.5 by Tweakers, because of the strong story with a lot of spectacular action. The game contains a controversial mission, the ‘airfield scene’ in which you, as a player with terrorists, take part in a bloody attack on an airport in Russia. The console version of the game was therefore removed from the shelves in Russia and the relevant mission was removed from the German version.