In a recent interview with PlayStation Lifestyle, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare campaign gameplay director Jacob Minkoff revealed that the upcoming title’s co-op mission will be set after the game’s main campaign.
Minkoff’s latest comments aren’t surprising considering the leaks ahead of the upcoming game’s release later this year. While the studio hasn’t confirmed anything regarding the details of the upcoming game, it confirmed that there won’t be any zombies in the co-pop mode.
Talking about the game, Minkoff said, “We’re not ready to talk about cooperative play yet, but what I will tell you is that the single-player storyline goes directly into the co-op storyline No stop. The events just continue. So those elements – gameplay, progression, story – they just continue throughout everything that we have on the disc or digital download.”
“Knowing that we needed to keep it more similar across the different modes, we decided to really lean into that, and make it completely continuous,”
Ahead of the game’s scheduled release date of October 25, we are likely to hear more about the game in the coming weeks. However, looking at the comments, it seems that the game’s co-op mission will be similar to Modern Warfare 2’s Spec Ops mode. In that mode, players could go through campaign missions with a friend although it didn’t offer a lot of narrative in the process.