In the upcoming game from Infantry Ward, Modern Warfare 3, we are going to see some new game modes and revamped Spec Ops. The new game mode will be called survival mode. Survival mode will take place on multiplayer maps and it is Infantry Ward’s “Zombies”. In USA Today’s report they stated that you were able to trade in game currency from one person to another and build things such as turrets. The way survival mode will work will be the exact same as Zombies as you will have waves of bad guys coming at you. You will have attack dogs come after you along with exploding dogs and Kamikaze soldiers.
While speaking about the new survival mode Robert Bowling, Infinity Ward’s creative strategist said that, “You definitely have to change up your strategy as the enemy changes up. Obviously how you fight the kamakazi dudes is different from how you fight the normal dudes and how you fight a dog is different from a dude and how you fight juggernauts, they are not only big and armored, so they will just brute force come at you. But they each have their own way of being taken out effectively.”
The revamped spec ops will include an all new progressive ranking system, online matchmaking system and leaderboards. Special Ops will have the same setting as it will take place on single player maps. Bowling told USA today that “”All that stuff really fleshes out Spec Ops and adds in a lot that we know our fans are going to love, some of the most addictive aspects of multiplayer.”
When I heard about this new mode and the revamping of Spec Ops I became very excited for the release of this game. I believe it has always been in the best interest for Infantry Ward to add a “Zombie” style mode to the Modern Warfare Series. However the revamping of Spec Op’s is also very exciting because it will add a competitive side to the operations. Trying to beat your friends records and there achievements is always a lot of fun.
From everything I have seen from the trailer to these new reports I believe Modern Warfare 3 is going to set the bar even higher for the Call Of Duty series and FPS games in general.
Via USA Today.