CoD: Modern Warfare 2 Will Bring Back Hardcore Mode With Season 2 Update, Devs Confirm

Infinity Ward has confirmed that Call of Duty’s Hardcore multiplayer will return with the Modern Warfare 2 Season 2 update, which is set to arrive on February 15.

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 launched without the game’s typical Hardcore playlist for multiplayer. Season 1 added a similar mode called Tier 1, but the mode is more like Modern Warfare 2019’s Realism mode, with the lack of hit markers and a kill stream. There’s also a change in health, as level 1 apparently provides more health than a standard Hardcore mode.

While the developer’s tweet doesn’t confirm if the health and HUD will be exactly the same as previous years, players should probably expect a more classic experience than Tier 1. Infinity Ward also confirmed that more information about Season 2 and Hardcore mode will be available. be revealed in a blog post later this week.

The addition of Hardcore Mode is just one of many changes announced for Season 2. Infinity Ward also tweeted teasers that DMZ mode would get new missions and difficulty settingwhile Warzone 2 brings back the Gulag 1v1.

The Call of Duty Season 2 update was recently announced with a two-week delay. Originally scheduled for February 1, Season 2 will now launch on February 15, giving the developers more time to implement changes based on player feedback.

Season 2 will add an all-new battle pass, more weapons, new Operators, and the next Modern Warfare 2 Raid Episode. Be sure to check out our breakdown of all the rumors and leaks surrounding Modern Warfare 2 Season 2 and Warzone 2, including the season’s potentially leaked Japanese theme and the return of Operator Ronin.

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