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Submitted by chrish1990 679d ago | opinion piece

5 Things We Want In Modern Warfare 4's Single Player

"Most people jump into the Call of Duty games for the multiplayer portion of the game, with a fair amount completely abandoning the single player offering. It's a shame because the early Call of Duty games were all about the single player experience, placing you in historic battles during World War II, fighting the evil Nazi's with the multiplayer being an added bonus to get some replay value out of the game you had just spent a lot of money on.

Then came along Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare and flipped the formula on its head making the single player experience the added feature and the multiplayer component the centre piece and it's been pretty much that way right up to the latest release Call of Duty: Black Ops 2." - TGC (Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 4, PC, PS3, PS4, Wii U, Xbox 360, Xbox One)

Jakens  +   679d ago
I'm happy to hear that MW4 will have Single player.
pissed999  +   679d ago
Not to be complete shit? Which every Call of Duty game is.
CODallday  +   679d ago
Nah you're just shit at the game son. Go back to playing your nerdy ass games.
detroitmademe  +   679d ago
i went to the black ops 2 midnight release where i picked up the 1st COD iv'e ever owned & I can say without a doubt i will never buy another. COD is not a bad game in fact its pretty solid, i luv how quickly u get into matches,i like zombie mode &i like how alot of my friends have it but it seems that a team full of party members will almost always dominate a team with no party members, u can shoot thru objects that dont break & overall the maps r too small & games become repetitive quickly imo. I dunno maybe franchises like Socom, Warhawk/Starhawk,DUST,Battlefi eld, MAG etc. have set my standards to high
chrish1990  +   679d ago
What about the single player?
e-p-ayeaH  +   679d ago
call of duty needs to be more authentic and less over the top in my opinion.

And the "killstreaks" need to fade away as rewards for kills i rather have them as a neutral support (as in no score given) in battle.

The classic killstreaks could always be around in a playlist.

The singleplayer needs new types of situations never seen before in a shooter and more realism to make it stand out.
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JeffGUNZ  +   679d ago
I just really hope it's next gen and new engine. I would love to see this game on next gen tech running 60FPS. I think Black Ops 2 is the best since COD4, I really like how the weapon progressions don't reset after you prestige.
e-p-ayeaH  +   679d ago
sorry double post
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