Old Call of Duty Games Could Get Remasters
Old games from the Call of Duty series could get their remasters, reveals reliable leaker RalphsValve who was the first source for Modern Warfare 2. According to the gentleman in question, remasters for the first Call of Duty, Call of Duty 2, and Call of Duty are under consideration. : World at War.
The alleged reason for this recycling is that in the future we will probably not have a new Call of Duty title every year. We know Modern Warfare 2 is coming this fall, but 2023 could be the first year in two decades without a new COD game. Reportedly, Activision wants to use remasters to fill that gap.
Of course, none of this has been written in stone yet - neither a potential "break" for Call of Duty, nor possible remasters. It is stated that everything is still under consideration and that the final decision has not been made yet.
Activision are reportedly considering releasing Remastered Call of Duty titles repurposed for newer consoles to fill out the empty space between Premium Call of Duty titles pic.twitter.com/YcdySxFTci— Ralph (@RalphsValve) March 24, 2022
However, we wouldn’t be surprised to end up getting remasters of old games. So
far, Call of Duty has already had two remastered parts - the first and
the second Modern Warfare. From the same source also comes the news that Call
of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered could come to the Nintendo Switch platform,
making it the first Call of Duty game for the Switch.