Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare Beta Player Activates Nuke Killstreak (VIDEO)

Call Of Duty Modern Warfare Killstreaks Tactical Nuke

Infinity Ward’s new Call of Duty: Modern Warfare reboot is nearing its release next month, the title featuring a fair share of changes not featured in the original 2007 game. However, multiplayer is looking to differ from the gritty realism of the campaign and feature the return of a number of Killstreak rewards. The newly-begun Modern Warfare beta has now unveiled a look at the most devastating Killstreak of them all: the Tactical Nuke.

Introduced back in the original Modern Warfare 2, the Nuke Killstreak has always been one of the more formidable of the bunch, unleashing a game-ending explosion and handing the player an immediate win. As one might expect, achieving such a conclusive victory is no easy task, usually requiring one to stack up quite the enemy kill count without dying. Professional esports player Damon “Karma” Barlow was one of the first to accomplish this task in the Modern Warfare beta, streaming his explosive (and decidedly loud) victory over Twitch. Check it out below.

While the perk has taken a hiatus in recent years, the Tactical Nuke is now officially coming out of retirement for the new Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare. The perk’s inclusion was teased during a reveal event earlier last month, but has now been confirmed upon the start of the Modern Warfare beta. Infinity Ward’s Senior Communications Manager Ashton Williams officially informed players of Tactical Nukes’ inclusion, confirming their game-ending properties and the Killstreak’s updated requirement of 30 kills in a row.

The Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare beta is currently live for PlayStation 4, with PC and Xbox One set to join next week. The full game releases all platforms on October 25th.

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