About a year ago, we heard via what seemed to be an accidental PEGI rating leak that Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 may be coming back for modern consoles.
Now, thanks to the Korean Ratings board, we've got yet another suggestion that the Remaster is real – and due to be announced soon.
An application for "Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 Campaign Remastered" was submitted by Activision Blizzard on 26th February, according to Spiel Times.
Typically, we see ratings like this get submitted when a game is due to be released – let alone announced.
Is it possible that we'll see the 2009 title get a surprise launch sometime soon?
Activision recently proved that it isn't against 'stealth' launches of titles, since Call of Duty Warzone was announced and released within a mere few days.
Could this be the new strategy Activision is taking for its CoD games? It remains to be seen.
It's also worth noting the title of the ratings submission suggests that the game and its multiplayer component will ship or be released separately.
Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2 Remastered was heavily rumoured to release in 2018, following an Amazon Italy leak in March that year.
Since then, though, news about the game has been relatively quiet – although TheGamingRevolution recently included the supposed Remaster in a recent update on Activision titles, which included:
• An upcoming Tony Hawk's game
• A Modern Warfare sequel (codename: ZEUS)
• A Modern Warfare 2 Remaster
• A free-to-play Call of Duty
We'll let you know once any of this gets announced.
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