The term remake or remaster has become common used term among game companies now, as they are reproducing and improving old games and making new parts for them in order to satisfy fans or introduce the new generation to what their parents used to play in the past, or sometimes the reason is the greed for more profits, some people justify the remake asserts that companies lacked new ideas for creative and innovative games, so they resort to re-making their old games which have been a great success in their era. We have seen so many old games that get upgraded to this century, games that we used to love back when the online experience wasn’t a normal and a common thing.
Despite the strength of the news and rumours that talked about Modern Warfare 3 remastered, it looks like Activision does not have any plans for it currently. The decision may seem somewhat strange, especially with the re-issue of the last two parts, but Activision came out and officially announced that any new release related to Modern Warfare 3 Remastered “Does Not Exist” and that any reports talking about working on it are "incorrect".
If you were hoping to own the 2021 version of the Call Of Duty version of an improved version of Modern Warfare as happened in 2016 with the Infinite Warfare package, then you are unlucky because the game has been officially denied by the company.
It is reported that this year's version of Call of Duty may be completely new and called “Vanguard “, and it will take a place in World War II to return the series to the past again, in addition to collaborating with Warzone’s Battle Royale Mode to bring a huge new map inspired by World War II as well.
Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 was released in 2011 and was the end of the most successful trilogy in the history of the series, and you can play it on personal computers, PS3 or Xbox 360 if you can find a copy of it.
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