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Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 Bringing Back Special Ops Co-Op Mode

Limitlessness Ward has shared new details for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 as part of its Call of Duty Next occasion, giving players a glimpse at the new multiplayer maps, customization options, and modes in the game, including the returning co-op mode Special Ops. It is tradition, at this point, for Call of Duty to incorporate a special mode for players to dive into in the event that they need a break from the cinematic campaign or tense multiplayer. As the Modern Warfare series traditionally has a more serious tone, Limitlessness Ward looks to keep that consistent in its third mode, which the studio teases will integrate with the campaign.

As referenced, Special Ops was announced as Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2's third mode as part of the Call of Duty Next, however the studio didn't carefully describe it as the game's multiplayer. Vastness Ward's head of communication Stephanie Snowden spoke momentarily about the mode, saying the co-op mode will be focused on two-player, asymmetric design which could see one player on the ground and the other giving air support. Be that as it may, Snowden said this was all the studio had to share about the mode's return however implied there would be a more profound investigate the co-op mode in the near future.

Call of Duty's official website didn't have a lot of additional information to add, either, aside from indicating how the mode fits into the rebooted Modern Warfare universe. The blog entry teased Special Ops would continue the game's narrative after players completed the game's campaign and task two-player teams with investigating "large-scale hot zones."

Since the first Nazi Zombies mode in 2008's Call of Duty: World at War, it has been the standard for the series' rotating cast of developers to incorporate a third mode. Most players would almost certainly argue Call of Duty Zombies is the most popular as an iteration has been featured in ten Call of Duty titles since World at War, with Sledgehammer and Treyarch's Call of Duty titles featuring the mode most often while Limitlessness Ward has just featured it in 2016's Call of Duty: Boundless Warfare.

That said, the addition of Special Ops to Modern Warfare 2 may not come as a surprise to most series veterans since the mode has been a staple of Modern Warfare games since 2009's Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2. In its original iterations, the mode tasked two players with completing a series of goal based challenges inside an allotted amount of time. The 2019 Modern Warfare reboot added some additional narrative context as it got immediately after the campaign finished and tasks them with halting Al-Qatala's efforts to push into Verdansk under its new leader, Khaled Al-Asad.

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