Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare’s Survival Mode will be heading to all platforms, as confirmed by Infinity Ward. The studio’s senior communications manager, Ashton Williams, confirmed via social media that the mode will be coming to PC and Xbox One players.

Survival mode was formerly made exclusively available for the PlayStation 4 community, a decision many were not happy with. Survival mode was originally launched last year as the rebooted Call of Duty: Modern Warfare was released. A year on, the exclusivity period is about to conclude. 

Ashton Williams directed players toward an information page for Warzone Season 6, where she confirmed that from October 1, “Xbox and PC players can access Survival Mode.”

Last year, Survival mode was premiered during Sony’s State Of Play live stream. The trailer that promoted the mode declared that it would be exclusive until October 1, 2020. Youtuber Mr.Dalek JD took to social media to voice his own frustrations about the decision, saying: “Imagine not being able to play Zombies for an entire year whilst another platform does… what the heck”

In response to the upset from fans, Infinity Ward’s narrative director, Taylor Kurosaki, responded that decisions had been made which were “are above all of our pay grades”.

Elsewhere for Call of Duty fans, next month the Call Of Duty: Black Ops Cold War beta will be going live across two exclusive weekends. Commencing October 8, early access to the beta will be granted for all pre-orders on PlayStation 4. Standard open beta access for everyone else on the PS4 begins from October 10, concluding October 12.

Then there’s cross-play, running from October 15 to 19. The open beta resumes with early access on Xbox and PC pre-orders, followed by open beta access to all platforms on October 17.

Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare & Warzone Season Six is live now.

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