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Call Of Duty fans are desperate for a World At War remaster

Dan Lipscombe

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Call Of Duty fans are desperate for a World At War remaster

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A group of Call of Duty fans are rallying together in asking for a remake of one of the series' best iterations - World at War.

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I have to agree with the fans. I've played a lot of Call of Duty over the years and the main installment to resonate with me was World at War. It may not have had the same mainstream appeal as a Modern Warfare, but it came at a time where Call of Duty could seemingly do no wrong. The setting of World War II was a welcome one and the weapons felt both authentic and also strong in multiplayer.

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Talk started on Twitter as a content creator, ExoGhost, put World at War on a pedestal by saying "World at War is one of the best Call of Duty games. We need it remastered." This mention sent plenty of supporters to the thread with replies like "Not one of, IS" and "This is absolutely a fact! One of the best CoD titles released."

While there were plenty of people in agreement, a contingent of Twitter don't want to see focus put on the World War era games. One user summed up the opposing side pretty well saying "We did they called it Vanguard" referencing the most recent trip into the past that both critically and commercially seemed to disappoint.

The issue with remastering World at War is the fact that the game is remembered for particular things that are done better now. A perfect example of this is the much-loved zombies mode. That originated in World at War - you had to beat the game before it unlocked - and the more recent attempts at zombies are better. The same goes for multiplayer because it was tightened up over the years. While a remaster would be nice, it's unlikely it would make sense at Activision.

Topics: Call Of Duty

Dan Lipscombe
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