With all of the recently spotted Modern Warfare 4 promotional campaigns surrounding an inevitable announcement from Activision themselves, Modern Warfare 4 hosts a body of work that could once again change the direction of the Call of Duty series. One of those changes that separates Treyarch’s latest Call of Duty: Black Ops II from the Modern Warfare series is the advent of the Scorestreak system which rewards players with extra attacks based on points per death rather than kills per death.
Modern Warfare 4 is likely to be heading to the game industry with its old Killstreak system, unless the Infinity Ward and Activision use Scorestreaks like Black Ops II. Allowing Modern Warfare 4 to bring back the Killstreak system many loved in previous Modern Warfare titles would give fans a chance to have it both ways. Scorestreaks on Black Ops II and Killstreaks on Modern Warfare 4.
This, of course, like any action that the Call of Duty developers take, is sure to bring much fan scrutiny and speculation. It depends on whether or not you would rather pick the Killstreak system over the Scorestreak system, and bring it back to the old style of playing Call of Duty online.
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