Since the launch of Call of Duty Modern Warfare back in October 2019, along with all the extra content that has come out for the game and including the recently released Battle Royal mode - Warzone. Would this really be the right time to launch yet another game within the Call of Duty catalogue, even if it is a remastered version?
Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2 was a great release back in 2009 and one that I personally pumped many of an hour into. The fact that they have remastered the game now, but only the Campaign segment, really didn't make much sense. It made more sense when they did the original remaster for COD4 back in 2016 and packaged it with Infinite Warfare Legacy Edition for example and then later on brought the full game out as a stand alone. This time it feels rather rushed and especially considering all the released content for their main title - Modern Warfare!
The next matter to point out is the price point for this version, it is available on PS4 as we speak due to another timed exclusive, but the game will be launching on Xbox One and PC on the 30 April according to a tweet put out by Call of Duty Official.
One thing is for sure, you are going to be paying a lot more for the PC copy on Battle.net compared to that from the PlayStation store or Xbox Store. The PC version will cost you around R489 as per our current currency standing with the Euro, if you decide to pre-order now.
When you purchase/pre-order the game you will receive only the remastered Campaign of Modern Warfare 2 and there will be a Free UDT Ghost Bundle that you can use in MW. The most notable remastered features will be upgrading the original game with better visuals such as 4K and HDR support for consoles, plus an uncapped framerate and ultrawide monitor support on PC.
In Conclusion, you will have to decide if this is something worth the purchase price tag compared to what you are actually getting. The game is available for download right now on PS4 and will be launching for PC and Xbox One on April 30th.