Should Call of Duty: World at War be remastered for PS5 & Xbox Series X?

The Call of Duty series has been around since the early 00’s and there has been countless entries within the series that people are huge fans of considering how popular the first-shooter genre has been during the past two decades. While many people would go on record and argue that the most popular installments within the Call of Duty series were to two Black Ops titles from ’10-’12 there were tiles like Cod 4: Modern Warfare and and Cod: Modern Warfare 2 from ’07-’09 that were also great entries in the series as well. However, entries like Call of Duty: World at War from ’08 are generally overlooked and are often considered to be underrated by fans of the series despite reaching over 17 million copies in sales. Despite, not being within the top five best Call of Duty games of all-time the World of War game was praised by many for its fast faced gameplay and its co-op multiplayer game mode. The campaign mode for CoD: World at War was criticized for falling below desired expectations and was not was good as the following four entries that came after it but many people thought it was a fun game at the time. While seeing a remastered version of Call of Duty: World at War on the PS5, Xbox Series X or the Nintendo Switch would be interesting Activision is releasing new entries within the series on a yearly basis. If Activision really wanted to remaster or remake one of their older games on a current gen game system it would have to be one that did record breaking numbers in relation sales. While CoD: World at War did do great sales numbers Call of Duty: Ghosts from 2013 had managed to sell more in comparison despite being one of the weaker entries within the series. Call of Duty: Ghosts reached over 28 million copies in sales but its not nearly as good as CoD: WWII from 2017 which reached over 19 million. At this point more people would prefer a PS5/XBX remake of Call of Duty: Ghosts or WWII over CoD: World of War from ’08 mainly because they are more recent.

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