Activision and Infinity Ward have explained the new progression system in the upcoming Call of Duty: Modern Warfare. First of all, the Prestige system is no longer present and it has been replaced by a seasonal Officer Rank system, which means that you won’t lose any functional item progression like you would when opting to “Prestige” as in past games.
Players will start off (as a Private) going through the “Enlisted” ranks from 1 to 55, with the last one being Command Sergeant Major V. That’s standard for Call of Duty games but after you hit 55, the Modern Warfare progression system brings something new to the table. At 55, you will have unlocked all functional items and when you rank up again, you will start with the Officer Ranks, of which there are 100 per season.
You will still gain XP and level up through the Officer Ranks in the new Call of Duty: Modern Warfare progression system and you will gain more reward in the form of seasonal emblems by handing in 10 ribbons which you gain through completing challenges as you level up. If you get to Officer Rank 100 in a season, you will unlock a weapon blueprint and an animated emblem to show off.
Further, weapons will also have an average of 50 attachments to unlock, so players will keep getting rewarded as they play the game, complete daily challenges, missions and more. Activision and Infinity Ward explain the new Modern Warfare progression system:
The initial Officer Ranks for the new Modern Warfare progression system will be available when the game launches on 25 October for PC, PS4 and Xbox One.
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