Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 remake is back with another rating.
You may recall that around this time last year, the Pan-European Game Information Rating Board (PEGI) evaluated a campaign called the Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 remake.
The assumption at the time was that it would be near or near the release of Modern Warfare 2019. In fact, this is the second time that the name "Modern War 2 Battle Remake" has appeared, after the leaked list of retailers first showed its existence after 2018. It is now 2020, and there is another hint that the mysterious remake is not a play fig that we collectively imagine. .
The Korean Scoring Commission (via VGC) recently rated a remake of the campaign. This was completed on February 26, which is close to the rating that PEGI has cancelled since February 2019.
As you can see, the translated scorecard will not show any details we don't know. Of course, it has a lot of warnings about the content, but there is no specific platform or similar.
Activision did say it plans to "remake" several games and rethink the game this year, so this may be one of them.
It is said that the development of Call of Duty 2020 is turbulent due to the creative difference between the former co-developers Sledgehammer and Raven, which reportedly forced Actision to introduce Treyarch and complete the game in time to facilitate the annual Released in the fall.