Call of Duty: Survival Mode of Modern Warfare coming to Xbox and PC

Call of Duty: Survival Mode of Modern Warfare coming to Xbox and PC

Xbox One and PC players can finally enjoy survival mode (Image: Activision)

Call of Duty Once PlayStation 4 Exclusive Mode: Modern Warfare will be available on other platforms after one year.

call of Duty The sixth season airs live today, bringing a bunch of new content to the lineup, and the biggest addition so far is the new subway system in Call of Duty: Map of Warzone.

However, one detail that excites Xbox One and PC players has been overlooked, which is that Call of Duty: Survival Mode of Modern Warfare is coming to those platforms on October 1st.

It is mentioned only briefly Activision’s blog post About the new season, but Ashton Williams, senior communications manager at Developer Infinity Ward, highlighted it specifically on Twitter.

For those unfamiliar, Survival Mode Tin says: Players must go across an infinite wave of AI-controlled enemies across multiple maps, starting with just one pistol.

However, it was originally only for the PlayStation 4 version, which caused a lot of anger from players at the time. It’s been almost a year since the game was released and the exclusive deal is coming to an end.

Call of Duty: PlayStation owners with Black Ops Cold War will once again benefit from the early exclusives as its beta will be available on PS4 before Xbox One and PC.

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare is available on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC.

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