Infinity Ward co-founder Vince Zampella has mixed feelings about the 'Call of Duty: Modern Warfare' reboot.
Zampella - who was axed by Activision alongside his professional partner Jason West in 2010 - admitted while he is "a little bit emotional" at the prospect of a revival, he finds it "humbling".
Speaking to Giant Bomb, he explained: "There's a part of it where it's humbling. It's like somebody that I was involved in is worthy of being rebooted.
"It's got so much history that people want to see it grow and evolve. There's a little bit of that, 'Wow, that legacy is huge.' That's humbling."
Zampella admitted he has been wondering how the legacy of the series could be impacted by the response and reception to the upcoming new title.
While his feelings towards the game swing back and forth, he said overall he's confident Infinity Ward is "in it for the right reasons".
Meanwhile, it was recently confirmed that famed video game composer Sarah Schachner - who has also worked on titles like 'Assassin's Creed Origins' and 'Anthem' - is on board for the soundtrack after scoring Infinity Warfare's 'Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare' project in 2016.
She tweeted: "Well I guess it's public now... I'm scoring 'Modern Warfare' and couldn't be more thankful to get to work with Infinity Ward again on such an amazing project.
"It's def been hard to keep this one secret... #CallofDutyModernWarfare"