Call of Duty: Modern Warfare "is eliminating the traditional season pass"


This is like the time EA chose to launch a Battlefield game called Battlefield 1.

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare's campaign will offer a diverse range of play styles, with players engaging in close quarters, stealth, and long-range combat, and features a rich cast of worldwide special forces and freedom fighters. The teaser doesn't confirm much else, but certainly gives off vibes similar to that of the Modern Warfare sub-series. "First, we plan for Modern Warfare to be played together across PC and console through cross-play support". According to Activision, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare features cross-play for consoles and PC, meaning that PlayStation 4 players will be able to play with PC players, and vice versa.

As promised, Activision has officially revealed the next part in the Call of Duty series which is - as we have already reported - Call of Duty Modern Warfare. Locations range from "iconic" European cities and volatile expanses of the Middle East, with fan-favourite characters such as Captain Price set to return. However, with Call of Duty: Modern Warfare supporting cross-play and abandoning the season pass in favor of free content updates, it seems to suggest that the game will not have timed-exclusive DLC. Since 2014, Call of Duty has primarily focused on the future of warfare with Advanced Warfare, Black Ops III and Infinite Warfare.

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They then reiterated that with a blog post on the official Activision site that says: "Beyond the gripping single-player campaign, expect a unified narrative experience and progression across the entire game, including single-player campaign, online multiplayer, and co-op experiences".

The game launches on October 25 for Xbox One and other platforms. This would be a huge turnaround from the most recent Black Ops 4, which ditched a traditional campaign and added a battle royale mode, Blackout, to its multiplayer suite.

Modern Warfare 2 angered a lot of people with its "No Russian" mission.