December 3, 2023

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Call of Duty fans are clamoring for a remaster of the decade-old favorite

Call of Duty fans are clamoring for a remaster of the decade-old favorite

published: 2023-10-22T14:59:27

Updated: 2023-10-22T14:59:39

Call of Duty fans have joined in agreeing that they would like to see the CoD classic World at War remastered.

Call of Duty is a landmark franchise that has evolved into one of the most popular casual FPS and eSports games, featuring exciting campaigns and its own league – the CDL.

Activision has made a habit of releasing an annual release, alternating between developers like Infinity Ward, Sledgehammer Games, Raven Software, and Treyarch, each adding their own unique style to the game.

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Players are looking forward to new versions of Call of Duty, and recently Activision has been focusing on introducing new versions of the Modern Warfare series – such as the upcoming Modern Warfare 3 (2023).

With all these remasters of older games, players have been thinking about other Call of Duty games they’d like to see released with a modern flair – games like the classic World at War, which was initially released over a decade ago in 2008.

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One creator galvanized a wave of support within the community for a remake of World at War with a post reminiscing about the old game: “World at War is one of the best Call of Duty games. We need to remake it.

Some were thrilled with the idea of ​​remastering World at War, claiming it was one of the greatest CoD titles: “That’s absolutely true! One of the best CoD titles ever released overall.

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However, not everyone was so enthusiastic, and one person was quick to remind everyone of a game set in a similar time period, Vanguard, which was not well received by the community: “We called it Vanguard.”

But, while many won’t be opposed to the idea, they are instead focusing their attention on the soon-to-be-released Modern Warfare 3 and issues they worry could plague the game – such as spam reports and “excessive SBMM”.

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