Activision is yet to confirm many of the finer details within the upcoming title, nor have they divulged into any Multiplayer information. However, a new
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We still recommend players remain suspicious until official details from Activision or Infinity Ward arise. Please bear in mind that some of these are just code-names due to licensing, whereas others can be subject to change.
These killstreaks are listed in order of how many kills are required to obtain them. Now, let’s take a look at what’s around the corner.
- Personal UAV
- Shielded Turret
- Care Package
- Scrambler Drone (Counter-UAV)
- Cruise Missile (Predator Missile)
- Team UAV
- Precision Airstrike
- Wheelson (Cerberus from Black Ops 3)
- Chopper Gunner
- Advanced UAV (Blackbird, HATR from Black Ops series)
- White Phosphorus (Napalm Strike, but a chemical version)
- Juggernaut Suit
- Tactical Nuke
The entire list courtesy of the YouTuber details approximately 17 killstreaks. The most anticipated streak which will undoubtedly receive the most discussion from players is the return of the Tactical Nuke. Upon calling it in, you could expect all players to be obliterated into pieces, whilst you grant the win for your team. In order to unlock it, you previously needed 25 kills.
The Modern Warfare killstreaks list features several from previous titles within the series, suggesting that the upcoming iteration will be extremely reminiscent of MW2 and MW3.
There is one important aspect to take note of. The YouTuber explicitly mentions that they are currently listed as killstreaks, not scorestreaks. This is something that doesn’t follow the trend of the latest games within the franchise but is a change which will be acclaimed by most fans.
Although the vast majority of these have been featured in Modern Warfare 2, the number of kills needed to acquire the killstreak may be slightly alternated. Additionally, some of the names might not be the same. For example, a Counter-UAV is actually a Scrambler Drone.
Source: YouTuber TGR
Expected Announcement: Q4 2019