Rumors of a Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2 have been around for more than 10 months now. A first time in May 2019, with the teasing of Robert Bowling, one of the creators of the Modern Warfare license for the ten years of the game on Twitter. Then, in July 2019 with a famous youtuber specializing in Call of Duty who unveiled the first information on the potential remasters of the Call of Duty games Modern Warfare 2 as well as Modern Warfare 3.
Today, it's a reality, the single player campaign of Call of Duty MW 2 is coming to PlayStation Store, Xbox Store and Steam. What plunge back into our distant memories during confinement!
(UPDATE) Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2 – Campaign Remastered is only available on PS4 with a temporary one-month exclusivity. The game will arrive on April 30 on PC and Xbox One.
Modern Warfare 2 Campaign Remastered
After many months and weeks of rumors, yesterday, the German PlayStation Store made a small mistake and leaked the record of Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2 Campaign Remastered. Trailer, images, info and bonuses for the Warzone mode available for a few days, we learned a lot about this game which should be launched today on PS4, Xbox One and PC at a price of € 24.99.
Scheduled to be released today (no specific time), this remastered will only offer the single player campaign and no multiplayer or famous special operations. The game will be available only in dematerialized version therefore impossible to pre-order in physical version. This reissue will also offer you bonuses for the multiplayer modes of Call of Duty Modern Warfare (the reboot of 2019) as well as the new "Warzone" mode. This bonus is the "Classic Ghost Bundle" cosmetic pack which will offer you a "UDT Ghost" skin, weapon skins, and much more.
As for this remastering, it should be based on the same engine as Call of Duty 4 Modern Warfare Remastered. It is therefore not a remake as we could have with the Modern Warfare of 2019. Even if it remains light (without the multi and without special operations) this remastered is still welcome in this containment period.