Activision have released a remastered version of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 - the campaign, at least.
Originally released in 2009, MW2 set a new standard for modern first-person shooters. Nearly 11 years later, we can now play through the iconic campaign with fancy new graphics and audio.
MW2 is out now on Playstation 4 but Xbox and PC players will have to wait until April 30th to get their hands on this remaster.
This is just the campaign though - it doesn't include the legendary multiplayer portion of the game.
Instead, Activision will release those maps in 2016's Call of Duty Modern Warfare Remastered, in an attempt to keep the player base together.
But for fans of the single-player portion, this is a dream come true.
It even features a remastered 'No Russian', the extremely controversial level from the original that saw the player shoot up a civilian airport alongside terrorists.
"Originally developed by Infinity Ward, and now remastered by Beenox, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 Campaign Remastered delivers the full story experience with stunning high-definition visuals and the latest audio advancements," Activision said in their release.
"Whether you lived it back in 2009 or have yet to play this iconic blockbuster campaign, this is an experience hailed by critics as one of the most memorable and incredible single-player story campaigns ever."
It truly is one of the most memorable campaigns, certainly from an FPS and if you haven't experienced it before, this is a wonderful chance.
The game is available on PS4 right now for £19.99, while other players are now able to preorder.
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