After months of rumors surrounding the possibility of a remaster of the popular Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3, Activision has confirmed it has no current plans to release a remastered version of the game.
After Activision launched both a full remaster of Call of Duty 4, as well as a campaign remaster of Modern Warfare 2, rumors started to swell that Activision would finish remastering the Modern Warfare series with MW3.
Unfortunately for fans, an Activision representative shot down those rumors in a recent interview with GameSpot.
"A remaster of Modern Warfare 3, campaign or multiplayer, does not exist," the representative said. "Any reports otherwise are incorrect."
Of course, this does not mean that the company would not consider a remake in the future, but no part of Modern Warfare 3 will be launching besides Call of Duty: Vanguard in the fall.
A MW3 remake may spread resources too thin for the Call of Duty developers, who are focused not only on a yearly game release, but also the sustained success of Warzone, which has brought the Call of Duty series to new heights. Hopefully one day it will be a possibility to see the most popular entries into the Call of Duty series to have remasters bringing them into the modern era of gaming, but for now it seems that is still a ways off the horizon.
Instead, players will have to get excited for Call of Duty: Vanguard releasing later this year, and Season 5 of Warzone which has just recently dropped.