Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Special Ops Co-op Details Emerge
With confirmation that the horde-based Special Ops Survival mode will be exclusive to the PlayStation 4 release until October 1, 2020. That said, Special Ops for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare will be available to all and offer up interconnected Operations and Missions with objectives – playable with up to four players.
With the setup being that a global terror organisation is setting up shop – and getting access to weapons, fund, and high-tech hardware.
Operations: As you infil into one of the many war-torn zones within Special Ops, you and your team have full latitude on how to accomplish your Operations. This Special Ops game mode is a 4 player matchmade activity centered around interconnected experiences that take the form of objectives, each culminating in the removal or destruction of a key logistical aspect of the Al-Qatala army.
Employ different strategies. Go in quietly or tackle the insurrection head-on. The enemy reacts to your team’s decisions, meaning the outcome of any battle can change.
At launch, you will embark on four multi-stage Operations with more scheduled to come throughout the post launch seasons. All post launch Operations will be coming to all platforms simultaneously.
Missions: Complementing the multi-stage Operations, and also available across all platforms, are additional Missions, which can be played solo or with up to four players. Whereas Operations give you the widest breadth of strategic and tactical choice, Missions are a more curated experience where your proficiency with specific weapons, killstreaks, and other tools will be tested. These Missions are extremely replayable, and you’re able to achieve a 1, 2, or 3-star ranking based on your performance. Naturally, there will be an “Infinity Ward time” that you can attempt to beat.
Taking place around the city of Verdansk, Oprations will be the largest and most expansive Special Ops content to date – and will support Killstreak bonuses from the multiplayer side in addition vehicles like tanks and helicopters. Before jumping in players will choose a role – Assault, Recon, Engineer, Demolition, Medic, and Heavy – each equipped with their own unique Field Upgrade and class-specific perk. As per the trailer above, it all looks cinematic and very cool.
Also, progress in multiplayer will carry over to Special Ops so you’ll have access to your own load-outs and preferences. For more info on Special Ops – head here.
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