Those with an original copy of the title can now insert it into their Xbox One and, after a short download, be back playing as Soap and friends like they never left.
Multiplayer servers are still live, so you shouldn’t have any problems finding a game online, and we imagine this newfound compatibility will boost the player population.
However, Microsoft suddenly adding Modern Warfare 2 to its backward compatibility roster does cast doubt on the recently rumoured remaster. With the old version being available, it potentially pulls away from a remastered audience
Time will tell whether this rumour holds any truth, but we’d love to see a remaster in a similar vein to Modern Warfare Remastered, which looked lovely on modern tech.
Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 will launch without a solo campaign, opting instead to focus on multiplayer, zombies and battle royale. So, this remaster could fill a potential void once BLOPS 4 launches on October 12.