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Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare's Campaign Is As Long As You'd Expect

"It varies greatly."


Activision's big new Call of Duty game, the Modern Warfare reboot, launches in October. It's poised to be one of 2019's biggest games. But how long will it take to beat its campaign?

As with pretty much all games, the way you play will determine how long it takes to beat. That's also true for Modern Warfare, studio narrative director Taylor Kurosaki told Game Informer. That being said, Kurosaki said players can expect Modern Warfare's campaign length to be "in line" with what players would expect from a Call of Duty game.

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"It varies greatly," Kurosaki said. "The length of this campaign is exactly in line with the lengths of what you would expect in a contemporary Call of Duty campaign."

Campaign is just one element of the new Modern Warfare. The game also features multiplayer, which adds the large-scale Ground War mode this year, along with a Spec Ops co-op mode. The game doesn't feature a Zombies mode, and there are no current plans for battle royale.

The new Modern Warfare launches on October 25 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. In a big change for the series, there will be cross-play multiplayer support between competing consoles.

Early access for the next multiplayer beta for Modern Warfare begins September 19 on PS4, Xbox One, and PC. It will be followed immediately afterward by an open beta open to all players.

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