Call of Duty Modern Warfare Spec Ops Mode Available on Xbox and PC

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After almost one year of PS4 exclusivity, Spec Ops game mode from Call of Duty Modern Warfare is eventually available on Xbox One and PC.

When launched in 2019, Call of Duty Modern Warfare introduced a brand new co-op mode to the series called Spec Ops Survival, which remained as a PS4-exclusive mode since launch for one year. Today, the exclusivity is over and all PC and Xbox One players get access to the mode.

During the current generation of consoles, there has always been a great partnership between Sony and Activision on Call of Duty titles. Most of the Call of Duty entries over the last six years launched with some exclusive content or privilege on PS4, which somehow forced the Call of Duty community to get the games on PS4 rather than other consoles.

Last year, just a few weeks ahead of the game’s launch, Activision and Infinity Ward officially revealed Special Ops as a brand new 4-player co-op mode for Modern Warfare, where you have to survive as long as you can against the multiple waves of enemies. The series received various maps and scenarios since launch, but it was exclusive to PS4 for one year. With the exclusivity deal expiring yesterday, now the mode is available for Xbox One and PC players as well.

Despite being an exclusive mode, Spec Ops Survival didn’t receive favorable reviews from the media and was mentioned as one of the weakest areas of the game by the majority of the critics. That being said, you never get to know how good or bad it is until you get the chance to play it. However, if you weren’t able to jump into Spec Ops in Call of Duty Modern Warfare, the wait is now over.

The partnership between Sony and Activision is going on with the upcoming Call of Duty Black Ops Cold War as well, allowing all PS4 owners to play the Open Beta phase earlier than others. The game is expected to feature more PlayStation-exclusive content when it launches in November.

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