New Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 Remastered leak only includes campaign

Yet more evidence has emerged of a remaster of Modern Warfare 2, but a new age rating listing doesn’t say anything about multiplayer.

A remaster of Modern Warfare 2 has been rumoured for literally years now, with leaks earlier in the month pointing towards a 2020 release.

And now the South Korean age rating board has listed the game, which is usually pretty cast iron proof that the game exists and is relatively imminent.

PEGI also listed the game for a short time, before taking it down, but both they and the South Korean board seem to agree on one detail: it doesn’t include multiplayer.

The remake of the first Modern Warfare included both, so it seems odd that Activision would suddenly half-ass the sequel. Especially given how well they’d done with remasters and remakes lately, including the Crash Bandicoot franchise.

But when Twitter user Okami suggested that the remaster was definitely happening earlier in the month he specifically said that it included multiplayer, so somebody’s wrong here.

One possible explanation could be that the game is being released in two parts, the story campaign and the multiplayer, with perhaps the online modes being added later as a patch.

Unless Activision were in a hurry there’s no obvious reason to do that though, and given Modern Warfare 2 is 11 years old at this point that doesn’t seem likely.

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