However, the publisher pointed out that it’s remade many classic maps for the 2019 Modern Warfare and said it will continue to do so with future content drops.
“Beginning with Modern Warfare last year, the focus has been to bring players together seamlessly in one unified online multiplayer playground,” Activision said in a blog post.
“With cross-play, releasing new post-launch maps, modes, weapons and more content drops for free, and launching Warzone, the Free-to-Play, Free-for-Everyone new Call of Duty experience, the Modern Warfare universe will expand, bringing new experiences to players.”
Modern Warfare 2019 already includes classic maps such as Rust, Shipment, Crash and Vacant. Meanwhile free-to-play Warzone – which shares the same item store as Modern Warfare – features classic areas like Gulag and Boneyard.
Activision confirmed on Tuesday that it will release more classic maps for Modern Warfare in the future.
“Rather than release a separate, multiplayer experience as a standalone pack, Activision and Infinity Ward are looking to bring more classic map experiences to new life within the Modern Warfare universe as it continues to grow and build over time,” its blog post continued.
“In the meantime, we can look forward to enjoying this return to the one of the greatest single player experiences ever, beautifully remastered by Beenox. And also continue to enjoy the full Modern Warfare universe experience whether you’re jumping into Multiplayer or dropping into Warzone.”
Modern Warfare 2 Campaign Remastered was released for PS4 on Tuesday. Xbox One and PC versions will arrive later, on April 30.