Two Player Co-Op Coming Back To Modern Warfare 3 In A “Very Big Way” Says Robert Bowling

by on May 26, 2011

Two player co-op will once again be a staple feature of the next Call of Duty title, Modern Warfare 3. At the gameplay preview that we attended this week, Infinity Ward’s creative strategist, Robert Bowling confirmed that gamers will be able to enjoy co-op once more. Here’s what Robert Bowling had to say:

“The single player really is just one aspect of a much larger experience in Modern Warfare 3”

“Single player is great for those cinematic moments, but with the Spec Ops and the two player co-op that we’re bringing back into Modern Warfare 3 in a very, very big way, and of course mulitplayer, which is just a beast in itself.”

It’s fair to say that the hype is truly building up around Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 already. Plenty more details about the game and its features will be heading your way over the next couple of weeks. Modern Warfare 3 is expected to get plenty of attention at this years E3 conference, and we will be right there to bring you the news as it comes in. Check out the gameplay preview for more juicy information.

UPDATE: Robert Bowling has confirmed via Twitter that he was referring to the Spec Ops co-op, not campaign co-op. We apologise for any confusion caused.

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 is set for release on PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and PC on November 8th