Modern Warfare‘s single-player campaign focuses on realism and features tactically-based moral choices whereupon the player is evaluated and assigned a score at the end of each level; players have to quickly ascertain whether NPCs are a threat or not, such as a civilian woman who is believed to be reaching for a gun, but then simply grabs her baby from a crib. This collateral damage score, referred to as a threat assessment, is based on how many civilians the player injures or kills and ranges from rank A to F. Rewards are introduced to those who score higher.
Character dialogue will differ depending on the choices the player makes in the game. Tactical decisions are also included, such as the player using a sniper rifle in a large environment to approach objectives in a non-linear order, and choosing to shoot out lights in favor of using night-vision goggles during breaching and clearing.
The game’s multiplayer has been revised to allow for a more tactical gameplay style, including a focus on map exploration, door breaching, and a Hardcore “Realism” mode that removes the HUD. The mini-map was originally removed in favor of a compass-style marker, with visual cues to detect friendlies and opponents. Following feedback from the multiplayer beta test, Infinity Ward re-implemented the mini-map but removed the appearance of red dots representing enemy players (except for when the UAV killstreak is used). Multiplayer also features the return of Killstreaks (rewards based on kills), with more recent Call of Duty titles having used Scorestreaks (rewards based on score) instead.
So, Today we’re gonna be discussing How You can customize Operators.
Gone are Black Ops 4 Professionals, and they are versatile technicians now. Unlike Experts, operators are cosmetic-only characters that do not have any non-cosmetic characteristics that distinguish them from each other.
If you pick Otter, or Wyatt, or some other player, you’re not going to find a difference in the way they play. However, you will find variations in their looks.
Every operator in the game — there are 20 in the game if you count the two default operators — can be personalized, except for the default guy.
To configure an Operator in Modern Warfare, first, go to the Multiplayer menu. From here, use the Xbox One or L1 and R1 bumpers to the Operator page. From here, pick a party with the operator that I would like to customize — there are only two factions in the game at launch: the Alliance and Allegiance.
After you pick a group, you’ll be led to the 10 Operators tab. If you haven’t played a lot of the game yet, most of them will be disabled.
Find an Operator that is not locked and click Triangle on PS4 or Y on Xbox One. This will lead you to the upgrade page where you’ll see a variety of looks or performances you’ve won or acquired with this particular Operator.
Select the outfit you want and you’re all set.