Xbox One and PC gamers can now enjoy the Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 Campaign Remastered after having to wait a month.
After having to sit on the sidelines for a month, Xbox One and PC owners can now enjoy Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 Campaign Remastered. Activision announced its released today for these two additional platforms.
Like the PlayStation 4, the Modern Warfare 2 Campaign Remastered has been enhanced with up to 4K resolution and HDR support on Xbox One. The PC version has an uncapped framerate along with ultrawide monitor support.
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 Campaign Remastered is priced at $19.99 on both Xbox One and PC, and it comes with the Underwater Demo Team Classic Ghost Bundle. This includes the UDT Ghost Operator skin, two weapon blueprints, a weapon charm, a finishing move, voice quip, animated calling card and two Battle Pass tier skips (carries over to Warzone).
With Modern Warfare 2 Campaign Remastered now out on all platforms, it’ll be interesting to see what Activision does with the series moving forward. They soft rebooted the Modern Warfare series after the release of the remake in 2016. Will they follow the same path an re-release a rebooted version of Modern Warfare 2?
I imagine they will, but I don’t think it’ll be coming this year. The current rumors are that 2020’s Call of Duty will be a Black Ops reboot with “a twist”; it’s rumored to be set in an alternate reality.
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The reveal for this year’s Call of Duty shouldn’t be too far away. Activision typically starts to tease the newest installment in May and that’s usually followed up fairly quickly by an official reveal not long afterward.
Of course, the coronavirus pandemic, which has forced many in the industry to change up their marketing plans. We’ve already seen several publishers delay the release of some of their biggest games in response to the outbreak. Many industry events have also been postponed or cancelled.
While a new Call of Duty could be revealed via the simple release of a trailer, it remains to be seen how the coronavirus has impacted the development cycle. Plus, with the launch of two new consoles (Xbox Series X and PS5), it’s possible Activision could be waiting to reveal the next Call of Duty.