After nearly a year of exclusivity on PlayStation 4, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare’s Survival mode in Spec Ops has finally released on Xbox One and PC. Yes, over a month before this year’s new game is scheduled to launch, but it’s better late than never.
Xbox One and PC players can access Survival mode beginning today, October 1, Infinity Ward’s senior communications manager announced on Twitter.
Xbox One and PC users have had access to the Spec Ops mode for Modern Warfare for launch, but Sony paid Activision to keep the Survival mode exclusive to PS4 for nearly a year.
Survival is a Horde-style cooperative mode where teams of up to four players fight against waves of increasingly difficult AI enemies across multiple maps.
Before Survival came to Xbox One and PC, Infinity Ward introduced Season 6 for Modern Warfare and the battle royale game Warzone. The free expansion (which is out now) adds new multiplayer maps, introduces a subway system to Warzone’s battle royale map, and includes new Operators. What’s more, the update introduces a new Halloween-themed finishing move that lets you dispatch a bat named Edward to kill your enemies.
You can read up on GameSpot’s full Season 6 coverage to find out everything that’s new.
If you’re interested in learning more about this year’s game, Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War, we have information on the game’s Zombies mode as well as when you can play the multiplayer beta.
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