Modern Combat: Warfighter will be a great addition to the Modern Combat series and it’s pretty interesting. I haven’t really played that much of the older games, but this one looks pretty cool. There’s a lot of different features here too so we’ll talk about some of them here in this Modern Combat: Warfighter review.
The thing I like most about this new Modern Combat is that it’s not really like the older games at all. It’s a very different type of game from what we’ve come to expect from the series. It doesn’t feel like you’re playing an FPS. You’re playing an RTS and you have to use your strategic abilities to win the war.
Since this game is all about military strategy you have all these different weapons and upgrades to buy in the multiplayer mode, but you can also do things like drive around cities and take part in street races. Or even go into the mountain tops and shoot at enemy helicopters and tanks. That’s just one of the many options you have in the game. There are so many different types of vehicles and things to do that it’s hard to even determine where you should start.
The gunplay itself is one of the best in the series, but then again there are a lot of other multiplayer options. You can have an RPG style story mode in which you have to help your squadmates out and make them survive. You can upgrade your weapons with mods so you get more powerful.
If you want to become a legend in Modern Combat: Warfighter then you can always do the Warfighter Campaign. This is a very difficult mode and you have to really use your strategic abilities to finish the mission. You can still play multiplayer and enjoy the many different choices available here, but the Warfighter Campaign is the most challenging.
You can also shoot at enemy vehicles and use the environment against them. You can destroy trees and rocks so that enemy troops can’t see you. You can also burn down buildings and cause chaos in the streets. There are several different ways to play the game so you’ll never get bored.
There are quite a few multiplayer modes, but some of them are a little bit tricky to figure out. They take place on different types of maps and even utilize the different tactical strategies. One thing I noticed is that every game you play you get better. So you will be able to play more challenging maps if you want to.
Multiplayer is definitely the focus of this game, so it’s nice to see that there’s a lot of features to play with in multiplayer. However, you will be spending a lot of time in the single player campaign too, so it’s not really a disappointment.