The existence of a remaster for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2’s campaign was seemingly outed by a PEGI rating in Europe last year, but it may have just been confirmed by an appearance elsewhere.
The application was filed by Blizzard Entertainment, although there’s no indication of when the game is planned for release - although this suggests an announcement may be soon.
It also suggests this will only be a remaster of the single-player campaign, without any multiplayer component.
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 was first released in 2009 and attracted controversy over mission No Russian, where you play a CIA agent undercover as a terrorist and are left with the choice whether to kill innocent people in Moscow airport.
The release of remaster for Modern Warfare 2 would make sense considering Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare received the same treatment - which released back in 2016.
Rumours suggest even more reworked Call of Duty titles are in the pipeline too, with speculation suggesting the next major entry could be a Black Ops reboot.
All this suggests the franchise might be steering towards nostalgia for the future, although players at least still have Call of Duty: Warzone for something fresh.