Call of Duty Modern Warfare Remastered could be in line for a standalone release
Call of Duty WW2 might end up as the third major COD release of 2017.
Just weeks after launching Black Ops 3 DLC 5, Activision is reportedly planning to release Modern Warfare Remastered as a standalone game.
This is based on an Amazon Japan listing, which claims Modern Warfare Remastered has a June 20 release date.
But it's bad news for Xbox One owners, who will need to wait a whole month for the game to launch.
The Xbox One Modern Warfare Remastered release date is listed for July 20, which presumably is the same for PC.
This backs up a previous listing by GameFly, which suggests that a reveal is imminent.
Perhaps Activision will reveal more at E3 2017, which takes place later in June.
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Modern Warfare Remastered is currently only available with the Legacy and Digital Deluxe editions of Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare.
There was a fan backlash to the restriction when Modern Warfare Remastered was announced last year.
Some fans were more interested in Modern Warfare Remastered than Infinite Warfare.
There doesn't appear to be any such problems Call of Duty WW2, which has been given a November 3 release date on PS4, Xbox One and PC.
There's even talk of a Nintendo Switch port, which would be handled by Beenox.
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Beenox recently posted a tweet featuring members of the Canadian army, while one member of the studio is seen wearing a Call of Duty WW2 T-shirt.
Beenox previously handled Nintendo versions of older Activision games, which has led to speculation that a Call of Duty port is on the cards.
This is backed up by the fact that Call of Duty account holders can once again link to their Nintendo accounts on the official website.
There's even speculation that something will be announced during E3, although nothing has been confirmed so far.