Published: Wed, March 25, 2020
Electronics | By Kelly Massey

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 Campaign Remastered Rated in Korea

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 Campaign Remastered Rated in Korea

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As always, we prescribe large amounts of salt when looking at these details, but it all sounds very plausible. Still, it is nice to speculate on what the next instalment may have to offer. There are whispers, thanks to VGC, that suggest the 2020 Call of Duty title will be a reboot of the Black Ops franchise which would see the return of Alex Mason.

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 Remastered is rated "18". It corroborates reports from Kotaku past year that Sledgehammer and Raven studios are moving into support roles while Treyarch takes over 2020's COD offering.

One ostensible difference is that health regeneration will not return to Black Ops - you'll need to use a stim shot to recover from injuries. The alleged leaks come from notable source The Gaming Revolution.

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So while this particular leak isn't totally unbelievable, there's nothing official to say it's true, either. Despite the gritty shock value of certain scenes in last year's Modern Warfare, the leak claims that Black Ops will push that envelope even further with gorier visuals and more uncomfortable interrogation scenes. We also know that remakes/remasters are certainly on the cards for future projects, as stated by Activision's CEO during the same call.

Helping the matter, of course, is the massive surge in work-from-home policies and shelter-in-place orders nationwide as people stay indoors during the novel coronavirus pandemic.

But right now, with nothing official to back it up, you probably shouldn't get too excited just yet. "Beyond pure remasters, there are a lot of opportunities now to innovate and think about totally new content within these IPs".

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