Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, although it will represent a real restart for the saga, will preserve some fundamental characteristics of one of the most famous lines of the COD series, that is the war realism.
For this reason, in the title, there will be no space for collateral experiences that do not go well with the soul of the production, one above all Zombies. The appreciated method, to tell the truth, has always represented a trademark of Black Ops, a series developed by Treyarch, but a few years ago it made a visit in Exo version also in a game developed by Infinity Ward, or Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare.
In an interview with PlayStation Lifestyle, the Campaign Gameplay Director Jacob Minkoff made it clear that there will be no room for such a mode on this tour. “Since they [Treyarch, ed] focus on a superhero, more stylized and graphic novel-like experience, they can include different types of gameplay in their games. We, however, are trying to create a realistic and authentic world “We don’t have enough leeway to insert something like Zombies. It would compromise the feeling of playing in an authentic and realistic world that reflects modern conflicts.”
Despite the absence of Zombies, in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare there will be no lack of cooperative experience. It will be called Elite Operations and will allow players to collaborate to defeat groups of enemies at different levels of difficulty. More information will surely be provided before the release, scheduled for October 25 on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC.