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Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 Korean Gaming Board Qualified Remaster

South Korea's Gaming and Administrative Committee has leaked the next entry in the Call of Duty franchise. The website has a campaign mode rating for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 Remastered, leaving little doubt as to what Activision's immediate plans are for the FPS franchise. It is lengthening, with dozens of entrances, ports, and splits of the main line throughout its life spanning close to two decades. But after being pretty monotonous and disappointing for the first few years of the generation, the franchise reshaped itself by embracing modern trends. Case in point, with the introduction of a Battle Royale game mode in Black Ops 4 2018, the evergreen online managed to rejuvenate itself. Following up on this, it is the possibly largest and most important new version of the CoD game, the series once again firmly stepping foot among the greats of FPS. More recently, Call of Duty: Warzone's formidable Battle Royale spin-off managed to shake things up in the multiplayer scene. So what's next for the series? Continuing to remake old fan-favorites, of course. That's at least what the most recent finding suggests. The new rating from the South Korean Games Rating and Management Committee leaves little room for debate that Modern Warfare 2 is receiving remastering treatment. It should be noted that Modern Warfare 2 is only seen as a remastering and not a complete new version. Of course, this could just be a omission of names, but with the information we have at the moment, Modern Warfare 2 will not remake itself as the impressive Modern Warfare of last year. But with the Modern Warfare 2 European Qualification Board rating over a year ago, chances are it's "just" a remaster.