Leaks suggest Modern Warfare 3 Campaign Remastered will be coming in Q2.
Not many games have caused long-time fans to shed a tear, but Modern Warfare 3 had the entire Call of Duty fan base weeping into their pillows for endless nights after Task Force 141's dynamic duo was split in two.
The title, that saw Captain Price combat the skeleton in his closet alongside brother in arms John "Soap" MacTavish, was one of the most highly rated Call of Duty games when it came to the single-player elements, and it appears to be on its way back.
According to leakers, Modern Warfare 3 Campaign Remastered is set for release in 2021, a year after its predecessor was unveiled.
Renowned leaker "TheMW2Ghost" has claimed that the remake of MW3's story mode is set to come in Q2 of the year. He also claims that, akin to MW2, the first month with being exclusive to PlayStation after Activision has allegedly made yet another pivotal deal with Sony.
So, it was originally set for Q2 of this year under a deal with PlayStation, but not sure if that's still the case (date). Apparently it's definitely still coming at some point this year
Set in the aftermath of the killing of rogue leader General Shepherd, the boys are reunited as a familiar enemy returns in the form of Vladimir Makarov. The campaign whisks us through the streets of some of the most well-known cities in the world, such as Paris, Prague, Berlin, Dubai, and London, showing the true extent of what modern warfare would look like.
Despite glowing reviews, the game did come with controversy. The use of a truck bomb in front of Big Ben was forced to be met with an explicit content warning, as it used the death of a young girl to portray the severity of the violence. It is yet to be known whether Activision intends to add this scene in the remastered version or concoct a more user-friendly depiction.
It might be a busy year for Captain Price and co., although I'm not sure I'm ready to relive Soaps final minutes...
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