Who does not know the Call of Duty game series. A First-Person-Shooter game that was first released on October 29th 2003 with the title Call of Duty managed to become one of the very popular games and played by many people. Call of Duty series is a game that is quite unique, where the game is held by different developers such as Infinity Ward, Treyarch, Sledgehammer Games, and Beenox who recently worked on the game Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2019.
After yesterday’s leak at the German PlayStation store, Activision and Infinity Ward finally officially announced that Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 Remastered can now be played. Unfortunately, this only applies to those who have PlayStation 4.
Through its official website, Activision explains that Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 Remastered is a remastered series of campaigns from the original series released in 2009. All classic missions from Cliffhanger, The Gulag, Whiskey Hotel, to the controversial No Russian mission will be able to you enjoy in HD resolution. You will also be able to meet with Ghost, Soap McTavish, Captain Price, and all members of Task Force 141 to save the world.
Unlike the original series, the remastered series this time is handled by Beenox, the developer who also helped Infinity Ward work on Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2019. They are also developers working on the Nitro Fueled Crash Team Racing series.
The game will support 4K resolution and HDR on the console, complete with unlimited framerates and ultrawide monitor support for PCs. The animation has also been changed in such a way as to adjust the times and technology. Its was also present with the Warzone bundle that had leaked before with various bonuses, including the classic Ghost skin.
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 Remastered can currently only be played on PlayStation 4 only. This was possible thanks to Activision’s exclusive contract with Sony Interactive Entertainment. Making all things related to the series can be enjoyed in the Japanese console first. While for PCs and Xbox One will follow later on 30 April 2020.