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Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare II Special Ops Mode Will Add Three-Player Raids This December

If you need a challenge beyond Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II’s campaign, Activision Blizzard has you sorted.

The company has revealed new details about the series’ post-launch content roadmap, and that includes multiplayer Raids for the game’s Special Ops mode this December. The game’s release will be followed by a pre-season time period where players can level up to unlock weapons, attachments, base Loadout items, and progress through the Special Ops tier system.

Raids in the game are “a whole new experience for the franchise — a three-player cooperative engagement requiring teamwork and strategic, puzzle-solving thinking in-between bouts of intense combat”. They also happen to be the direct continuation of the Campaign Mode. They will form parts of the game’s co-op Special Modes, which will feature the following missions:

  • Bad Situation: Infiltrate a town in the dead of night to uncover intel and evidence left behind by Al Qatala before exfiltrating.
  • Vehicle Escape: Destroy SAM turrets preventing reinforcements, before racing to reach an exfiltration plane.
  • Observatory Defense: Defend a location from tough waves of enemies attempting to detonate bombs.

Players will have access to the following kits in Special Ops:

  • Assault: Kit focused on increased armor with an Armor Box Field Upgrade — later levels include faster Loadout item usage, increased armor capacity, and free Stims included in the Backpack.
  • Medic: Kit focused on quicker revives with a Stim Pistol Field Upgrade for ranged instant revives — later levels include a free Bomb Drone, similar benefits to the Double Time Perk, and free Claymores and anti-tank mines included in the Backpack.
  • Engineer: Kit focused on better equipment usage with a Snapshot Pulse Field Upgrade to see nearby enemies — later levels include the ability to automatically restock Lethals and Tacticals over time, the ability to carry extra equipment, and a free Heartbeat Sensor and Spotter Scope included in the Backpack.

“Kits are leveled up by earning Stars through missions and mission-related challenges, which gives all three of these launch missions plenty of replayability. 

We highly recommend completing all three Special Ops missions with three stars and have at least one Kit leveled up to Rank 5 before Raids, a direct continuation of the Campaign, are introduced to Special Ops later in Season 01.”

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II will be out on October 28 for PC and consoles, but you can get early access to the game’s Campaign if you buy it before 20 October.

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