American video game developer Infinity Ward was once thinking of a zombie mode for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare on PS4, Xbox One, and PC, however, the thought never fruited past the theoretical stage. On Instagram, Infinity Ward artist Aaron Beck affirmed past bits of gossip asserting Infinity Ward was thinking about a zombies mode for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare. In another post, Beck even uncovered a portion of the conceptual art for the Zombies mode, which according to him is from right off the bat.
However, the artwork doesn’t really provide any strong idea, but it does depict a Russian special ops soldier and his four-legged robots with what appear to be zombies in captivity through leashes and enforcing them to lead on. The intention of the soldier to this is foggy but it does make the art look nice and intriguing.
Before, Infinity Ward uncovered that it backed out from discharging a Zombies mode in the game so as to safeguard it’s “originality” as a dull, abrasive, and practical interpretation of what current warfare resembles it. In its place, Infinity Ward discharged a Special Ops mode. Also, it seems like this choice was made ahead of schedule, as Beck noticed the mode never moved past the theoretical stage.
It’s muddled how far this conceptual Zombies mode made it into advancement at Infinity Ward, or whether Beck was simply messing with his thoughts during the early conceptualization period of Modern Warfare’s pipeline. There’s as yet an opportunity, obviously, that the strolling dead could make it into Call of Duty: Warzone, in spite of the fact that we wouldn’t suggest getting your hopes too high.
Even though Call of Duty: Modern Warfare is liberated from the zombie invasion, it’s highly conceivable that Call of Duty 2020 will take the well known PvE mode back to the shooter series, with the game supposed to be being developed at Treyarch – a similar studio who created Zombies right in 2008 with Call of Duty: World at War.
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