According to CharlieINTEL sources, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 Remastered does exist, but the game will not include multiplayer modes and will instead only be focused on the single player campaign.
Another interesting tidbit of information to come out of CharlieIntel's report is that Raven Software won't be developing Modern Warfare 2 Remastered like they did with the original Modern Warfare Remastered.
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.
This method has now been attempted with the remaining high profile retailers, and one Twitter user claims that he received the response from Amazon of when MW2 remastered will be available for pre-order. Perhaps Amazon Italy just made a mistake?
Sources from multiple publications such as CharlieIntel and Eurogamer have gone on record to suggest that these leaks are, in fact, true and that unexpectedly, the title will ship without its famed multiplayer mode.
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 Remastered is Apparently Happening, Won't Include Multiplayer - Report
Along with a release date for April 30 on PS4 and Xbox One, a price point of €19.99 ($25) was listed. How on earth would it make sense to anyone within Activision Blizzard to launch this game without its celebrated multiplayer mode? Instead, the new remaster is being handled exclusively by Beenox, who previously helped with the single-player portion of Modern Warfare Remastered.
The details revealed by Charlie Intel suggest that, firstly, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 Remastered is indeed being worked on.
The Modern Warfare games are seen as some of the greatest first-person shooter games ever, and were some of the games that put the Call of Duty series truly on the map. Numerous job listings on Beenox's site states that the studio is "currently dedicated to the development of the Call of Duty franchise". Either way we should be seeing Modern Warfare Remastered sometime this year.
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Men's NCAA S&D Championships start Wednesday at Minnesota
No small accomplishment for a team that struggled for decades following a Sweet 16 loss to Patrick Ewing and Georgetown in 1985. Cinderella teams like Loyola-Chicago and Nevada have made their way through the first weekend and look to make deeper runs.