Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 Campaign Remastered has been officially rated in South Korea. Ultimately, this has fuelled speculation that the highly-anticipated title will be releasing later this year.
MW2 Remastered has seemed on the horizon for quite a while now, although Activision has never confirmed its existence. Reports suggest development was finished back in April 2019, but there’s no confirmation regarding this.
Now, with the title appearing on a brand-new rating board, you’d think this practically all but confirms its launch is imminent. However, this presumably isn’t the case as MW2 Remastered is familiar with these sorts of ratings. The game was previously listed on the official European and Australian rating board last year – but there’s still no sign of its arrival.
Is MW2 Remastered Campaign Only?
The rating was awarded last month. The South Korean board website merely features the rating for “Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 Campaign Remastered,” although it does clarify any platforms.
Although it doesn’t entail many further details of what to expect, it does suggest the game will be available as a standalone rather than being bundled with the next mainline Call of Duty title.
The listing also indicates MW2 Remastered will be campaign-only. It’s unclear if this will be the case, however. Various leakers claim Multiplayer is also coming. It looks like we’re going to have to wait and see what happens, as details seem rather ambiguous at this point in time.