We’ve known for some time now that Sony managed to snag an exclusivity deal for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, but we now know exactly what PlayStation gamers will be getting over everyone else.
According to the most recent Sony State of Play announcements, Modern Warfare PS4 will have access to the Spec Ops Survival mode for a whole year, with Xbox One and PC gamers not getting to play it until 1st October 2020.
Naturally, the announcement has left a lot of gamers pretty peed off to say the least.
People have been sounding off about the news on Twitter, with lots of people saying the exclusivity deal means they won’t bother picking up the game at all.
Infinity Ward’s Narrative Director, Taylor Kurosaki, answered some of the fan complaints on Twitter, writing to one gamer: “We do our BEST every day to give our players the best experience possible. There are decisions that are above all of our pay grades that have to be considered. I understand your feelings, but this is much better than others I have seen.”
There’s not too much known about the game’s Survival mode as of yet, but this is definitely a blow for non-PS4 players.
I wonder just how much Sony forked over to nab such a long exclusivity deal…?
Not only is this is the first CoD to launch with such a long exclusivity clause, it’s also promising to be the darkest game to date.
Just a few of the more harrowing elements in the title include dismemberment, the death of children, intense blood spatter, decapitation and waterboarding. Infinity Ward definitely isn’t messing around with Modern Warfare!
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare launches October 25th 2019 on Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC.
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