The much anticipated CoD: MW3 will begin right after Modern Warfare 2 left off and players will get to control a Russian Federal Protective Services agent, SAS Operative, tank gunner, and AC-130 gunner as well as other characters from previous games. The game will have about 15 missions, starting with the invasion of Manhattan by a Russian force. Campaign The player assumes the role of various characters during the single-player campaign, changing perspectives throughout the progression of the story, which, like its preceedors, is divided into three sets of missions called "Acts". Each mission in an act features a series of objectives that are displayed on the heads up display. Mission objectives vary in their requirements, ranging from having the player arrive at a particular checkpoint, to eliminating enemies in a specified location, to standing their ground against enemy squadrons, manning mini-guns and other weapons, and planting explosive charges on an enemy installation. Some of these objectives can be failed, and may or may not hinder progression of the story. The player is also accompanied by fellow soldiers who cannot be issued orders. Cooperative Modern Warfare 3 features a new mode, called Survival Mode. This game mode features one or two players fighting endless waves of enemies, with each wave becoming increasingly difficult. Despite being much compared to the World at War Nazi Zombies mode, enemies do not spawn at fixed locations like the zombies do; instead, they appear at tactical positions based on the current location of the player. The mode is available on all multiplayer maps in the game. Players earn cash for items such as weapons, upgrades, ammo, air/ground support and equipment. Special Ops also returns from Modern Warfare. Features Epic single player taking you around the world to New York, Berlin, Paris and London Taking Special Ops to whole new level: Special Ops Mission Mode New Special Ops Survival Mode Progression system from MP intro...
Call of Duty - Modern Warfare 2 - Classics (Xbox 360)
The Call of Duty series moves back to its modern day setting with this sequel to the action-driven shooter Modern Warfare. Although a successful series in its own right, Call of Duty reached new heights with Modern Warfare, taking the first-person action from its World War II setting and creating a gritty storyline based in modern times. This new direction helped make Modern Warfare one of the most popular action titles of all time, and Modern Warfare 2 picks up shortly after the events of the original title. Using its traditional trick of multiple viewpoints, Modern Warfare 2 quickly moves player across the globe and through a series of tightly-scripted action sequences. As with the original, Modern Warfare 2 includes a robust multiplayer component once players have worked their way through the singe player campaign. A collection of new perks and abilities are now on offer that allow players to gradually unlock new abilities as they rise through the ranks. Spec Ops lets three players join forces in a series of individual co-operative missions. Call of Duty – Modern Warfare 2 manages to expand on Modern Warfare’s already in-depth multiplayer, as well as providing another rich single player component. Features Battle terrorists, maniacal separatists, and arms dealers all across the globe Join a friend for more than 20 missions in the new "SpecOps" mode Head online for a variety of intense multiplayer game modes Release Date: 16 September 2011
Call of Duty 4 - Modern Warfare - (Classics) (Xbox 360)
The classic World War II shooter series has shifted its focus to the present day with Call of Duty 4: Modern Combat. Those used to the old-fashioned rifles of previous Call of Duty titles will have to get used to the high-tech weaponry on show here quickly, as Call of Duty’s frantic gameplay and intense combat stays firmly in place. Players will find themselves taking the role of a number of soldiers from both the SAS and the US Marines while attempting to track down a terrorist threat across the globe, travelling from the heart of Russia to the deserts of the Middle East. Multiplayer is as robust as previous titles, and now lets players build experience to customise gear and unlock new perks. Gameplay modes include classics such as Deathmatch and Capture the Flag, and contain a few new gameplay elements, such as calling in air strikes. Call of Duty 4: Modern Combat uses its new time period to give the series a fresh lick of paint, but its classic gameplay and detailed visuals all stay in place to make this one of the richest Call of Dutys yet. Release Date: 03 December 2010