Activision has been betting for some time to remaster the most popular installments of Call of Duty starting with the remastering of both the campaign and the multiplayer of Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare to later launch at the beginning of last year the remastering of Modern Warfare 2.

Precisely to complete this trilogue Activision will be preparing to launch this to Call of Duty Modern Warfare 3 Campaign Remastered or at least that points to a rumor that has been echoed by the prestigious portal Comicbook and that they come from the hand of a well-known information leaker who has worked (according to what the same account) for Activision in the past.

According to the information of this ex of the company that owns the saga, the remastering was planned for the second quarter of the year (Last year the Modern Warfare 2 remastering came in March so the dates would balance) but he’s not sure if it could have been delayed for any reason though “would definitely continue to launch sometime this year“.

Also another interesting point is that remastering would have some kind of temporary exclusivity with PlayStation consoles following the same steps as with Modern Warfare 2 Remastered which first arrived on PS4 in March and a month later was released for PC and Xbox One.

A saga that has sold more than 400 million games

Call of Duty is undoubtedly one of the sagas of shooters most important in history debuting in 2003 with its first installment based on World War II to end up embracing current and even futuristic war conflicts from its fourth numbered installment that gave rise to the beginning of the sub-saga Modern Warfare.

On April 22, Activision announced that the saga Call of Duty haba exceeded 400 million games sold in less than 20 years, sales that have been boosted in recent times thanks to Call of Duty: Warzone and that surely they will grow with Call of Duty WWII: Vanguard, this year’s game according to rumors.

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