Alleged Modern Warfare 2 Remaster May Not Have Multiplayer

Alleged Modern Warfare 2 Remaster May Not Have Multiplayer

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 Remastered will not feature multiplayer, according to a report. The outlet also suggests that Raven Software, the developer of the original game, won't be involved in the remaster.

"charlieINTEL has learned new information", the report reads, "about Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 Remastered from a source that sent us materials from a Raven Software employee indicating Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 Remastered does not have a multiplayer mode; it is a campaign only remaster, according to the material charlieINTEL was sent". It seems Modern Warfare 2 Remastered really is coming, but it won't include the multiplayer portion. The rumor came from an Amazon Italy listing that remarked on it and said that it will be releasing next month. Instead, the new remaster is being handled exclusively by Beenox, who previously helped with the single-player portion of Modern Warfare Remastered. The price is a lot less than the remastered MW1, and April is a very odd release date until you consider that it would place the game half way between CoD WWII and Black Ops IIII. However, Activision hasn't confirmed anything about a Modern Warfare 2 Remastered Edition, and hasn't given any hints that they're close to doing so, either. Instead, it's suggested that Beenox could be taking over, having previously helped develop the campaign of Modern Warfare Remastered.


Listings for both versions of the game suggest prices of €19.99 (roughly $25 United States dollars / £17 / $31 AUD), perhaps hinting that this will be available to everyone from the start at a budget price. rather than forcing users to buy this year's CoD project to enjoy the remaster.

Don't get us wrong, Modern Warfare 2 has a fantastic single-player campaign, but it's not what we were getting excited about; that's not what would have sold this remaster for us.

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