More and more evidence of a 'Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2' remaster continues to leak

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A remastered edition of 'Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2' seems more likely with evidence mounting.

Modernisation of the game has been rumoured for a number of weeks and it's looking more and more likely that it will come to fruition.

Previously, the Game Rating Administration Committee's website showed a rating entry for the game on February 26; Blizzard Entertainment was listed as the publisher.

The Korean Rating Board showed a product listing for 'Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2' recently, leading to a barrage of rumours suggesting the game will be available on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

The remastered game was rumoured to be launched in 2018 while the PEGI ratings gave a release date of February 2019.

The latest rating does not include a release date.

While the ratings are just for the campaign, it is likely a multi-player feature would return alongside it.

The remaster are yet to comment on the game's production and distribution timeline despite it cropping up on two rating websites.

'Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2' was first released in November 2009 and has been a popular game due to it's No Russian mission.

It sees the player infiltrate a group of terrorists and can choose to participate in a mass slaughter; it caused a vast amount of controversy at the time and had to be completely censored in the Russian version of the game.

The feature game may be released as a feature to the upcoming PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X next-generation consoles.

These remain on course for a 2020 release however ongoing manufacturing issues could see a delayed-release.

Both consoles will be capable of real-time ray tracing; a new light rendering technique only available on high-end gaming PCs currently.

They also feature SSD storage to significantly reduce loading times, allowing developers to include far more detailed assets within their games.

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