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5 Games We Want Remastered in 2022/2023



Some video game titles are simply too remarkable to be forgotten. On the other hand, sometime's video games are nearly perfect and just need a little more time to flourish into their full potential. When this is the case, it call's for a remastered version of the game. Not only to improve on what didn't work but also to re-live all the iconic moments.

Remastering games isn't as easily said as done. You need a big team, lots of time, and a fine brush to rework lines of code that are outdated. It can be a gruelling process that is very tedious in itself. But with that said, some games deserve to have the added effort of remastering for the purpose of replayability. That's why we have marked up the top five games we want to be remastered in 2022/2023, in this list.



5. Farcry 6

Farcry 6 really was a comeback title for the franchise. With some choppy releases littered throughout the series, the game really succeeded by going back to its roots. Leaving fans overall satisfied with the game, but it can be much more refined for a better experience. One area specifically, is the odd take on the new skill sets and janky inventory.

It is a cool idea to apply certain skills to mods and clothing that furthermore lets you customize yourself for each battle, but it got tedious. I strongly feel this could be effectively done with a skill tree still included. For example, let players customize their playstyle through the skill tree while getting the added benefit of applying different bonuses and skills to mods and accessories. Further opening up the customization and your approach to battles.

The game can be refined to a further point and ultimately would see fans crawling back to test out new ways to take down an outpost or camp with their friends.



4. Assasin's Creed

What kicked off the long-going success of Assassin's Creed was the original game. The 2007 title was in a stealth genre of its own at the time and really broke apart from the pack of mainstream story games for PS3 and Xbox 360 consoles. However, since that time the series has seemed to have somewhat of an identity crisis. Not that the new instalments to the franchise aren't good, but they're constantly taking on new perspectives.

Regardless we did see Ubisoft exhaust everything Ezio has to offer throughout the Ezio trilogy, but what about Altair? He is the head honcho who debuted the franchise and you can't help but feel he deserves to see a remastered version in 2022/2023. One where you get to see updated character models, skins, graphics and even the added edition of new stealth kills. All while keeping the same nostalgic scenery and feel of the original.



3. GoldenEye 007

Remember not even a couple of months ago there were rumours circulating that a new GoldenEye 007 remake was to come? The news was buzzing everywhere that the announcement was sure to come from Microsoft in the coming weeks. However, the exact opposite happened, quite literally nothing came from this.

Understandably there are legal implications with Microsoft and Nintendo for approving a remastered version, but wouldn't it be worth it? GoldenEye 007 is through and through, a classic. For many gamers, it was the original game of their adolescents that sparked their future gaming careers. It holds so much nostalgia and credibility to where games are now and has definitely earned itself a remaster after all this time.



2. Halo Infinite

On both sides of the debate, there's a lot to say about the new Halo Infinite. It really did hit the mark on bringing back that classic Halo feel fans have been yearning for. Despite this, there was a significant shortage of content, and you can't help but feel Infinite's full potential wasn't reached.

Just hear me out, you have a competitive multiplayer with only five maps since Behemoth got removed. There aren't many new weapons to try out, much alone get enthusiastic about. Another significant issue is that unless you have the battlepass, there is no real incentive to grind XP and unlock rewards. And don't even get me started on the game crashing at crucial moments in competitive, inevitably leaving your teammates out to dry.

It's like 343 Industries disguised the lack of content behind a Halo game that performed just as fans wished for. This is hardly an excuse. What we want to see in the remastered is a game that doesn't get stale, give's players a real reason to grind, and is offering something new and expandable.



1. Call of Duty Black Ops

Call of Duty Black Ops has been begging for a remake and it's long overdue. CoD fans have been clamouring at the idea for years, with no hint from Treyarch that it will ever transpire. With the release of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare remastered, as well as the campaign of Modern Warfare 2, it's now Black Ops' chance to shine in the remastered spotlight.

There's so much potential for a remaster from this game that you can't deny that fans would be ecstatic for it. You have one of the best storylines across all the games to work off of, Zombies in its prime form, and a multiplayer that feels, plays, and performs just as it should. You also can't forget the added potential from releasing it on next-gen consoles either.

It's not like the entire game has to be re-worked, just brushed over and fine-tuned for next-gen. Black Ops is a perfect example of a video game that is too good to be forgotten. We are begging you Treyarch, just give the people what they want. Don't let one of your best titles in the franchise die without a remastered version!


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Riley Fonger is a freelance writer, music lover, and gamer since adolescence. He loves anything video game-related and grew up with a passion for story games such as Bioshock and The Last of Us.