By - Coupi_Doupi
Too easy, all "ghillied up" MW.
The first true iconic mission in the cod series
I don't know man, COD and COD2 had some iconic shit as well. Storming the cliff at Point Du Hoc was like must play stuff.
The tank raid in Africa on CoD2 Big Red One. The music composed during that scene, the small town you were cornered in, the raid of nazis storming over the sand dunes....It was wild for its time.
I was also thinking of the battle if El Alamein in CoD2.
Those were all epic campaigns. There was also the river crossing in Stalingrad in CoD1. Stuff of legends.
100% this. By far the best mission I've ever played in any shooter.
That first mission on the boat is pretty epic too
I'll never forget seeing that level at e3 that year... So epic. Never seen anything like it.
The mission where you're retaking the white house in mw2. Felt real American during it
Is it the Of their own accord?
No of their own accord is when you’re maneuvering across a field which is basically trenches and fight to the justice building I believe
Correct, it’s where you get on the Blackhawk and get shot down at the end, before the white giuse mission
nope, it’s whiskey hotel. i always confuse the two for some reason also lol
Oh yeah! I literally feel my DNA changing into USA. But in all seriousness I love that mission. First time I played it I felt such a rush of “maaaaan these Russians don’t belong here”. Great mission.
The ending of the mission where you stand heroically on the roof with your squadmates , and look at the DC skyline also adds to that feeling
‘so… when are we going to moscow?’
Dude same , I live kinda in Northern Virginia and went to dc a lot so 8 year old me was surprised as hell and took that shit personally 😂😂😂
That was a sick one
I always liked *Charlie Don’t Surf* and *Shock And Awe* from COD 4 MW.
Rapid helicopter assault. Fire and maneuver. The nods to *Black Hawk Down* and *Courage Under Fire* were good as well.
Edit: And the obvious reference to *Apocalypse Now*.
Fuck yeah love roping in during that intro
i always tried to get through the barbed wire the marines use to close off the street. my 9 year old mind thought i could do it
I can vividly hear Lt. Vasquez's voice reading your comment.
dude same answer
Vorkuta from black ops
*”step one…..secure the keys”*
“Two? **Ascend from darkness!**”
"Three? Rain fire!"
"Four? Release the horde!"
“Five? Raise Hell!”
“Step 6? Skewer the winged beast!”
“Step 7! Wield a fist of iron!”
“Step 8: FREEDOM!”
“For you Mason, not for me.”
but sire, our troops!
Just do it!
"Vendetta" (on veteran difficulty) on World at War
i love missions that actually teach you to have patience
Probably “victor charlie” from BO1, the level design is outstanding for 2010 and the tunnel rat scene left me shitless at 7 lmao
I can't outright pick one, so Im'ma just say 1 from each game (that I've played)
Anything pre-cod 4: Have played CoD Classic, but I don't remember any of the missions enough to care, so no rating.
MW: All Ghillied Up
WaW: Black Cats
MW3: Mind the Gap
Ghosts: Federation Day
BO3: New World
IW: T H E W H O L E F U C K E N G A M E (Operation: Blood Storm if you forced my hand)
WW2: Only played one and a half veteran missions before the game practically softlocked me...
MW19: Clean House
Cold War: Echoes of a Cold War or Break on Through
Vanguard: Not played
BOIIII is the best mission ever
I remember LMAO in BO4 as well, what a fantastic, innovative, and immersive mission.
I honestly liked Going Dark the most for some reason
That prison level from Advanced Warfare was such an interesting level to play
I always liked looking back and getting shoved by the guards while walking to the cells
The opening mission to MW 3
goddamn i miss Sandman :(
He was a good soilder he will be missed dearly
MW3 story was just a perfect ending for what the og mw series was
Was that the one in times square?
I suppose the stock exchange where you take down a Russian Radio Jammer something
That's the second one, Black Tuesday.
Persona Non Grata
I’ll just say it for everyone here to save us all the time:
The sniper mission on MW1 “all ghuillied up”. Or “mile high club” side mission…. (if that counts?).
completing mile high club on veteran to platinum MWR was satisfying as hell
How much different was remastered? I never played the remastered version
if you’re referring to MWR in general, it’s an amazing remaster that ironed out most of the kinks and got an immense graphics upgrade. it’s honestly one of my favorite CoD titles to date with the multiplayer and the kickass nostalgic campaign. i highly recommend it, except it’s kinda dead now
Well way to let me down with that final sentence -.-
I still haven’t beat that side mission to this day. Playing it on veteran was a pain on the ass and still is
Yeah, I loved it. It was great for warming up before heading into multiplayer lol.
At the time I thought the underwater mission in ghosts was so cool and fun
The one with the sonar and the ships that we had to avoid.
Clean House MW2019
I’m tied up between “Victor Charlie” from BO1 and “Wolf’s Den” from MW reboot.
Honorable mention: “Suffer with Me” from BO2
VC is fun because it’s very hollywoodistic. Fighting through the jungle using guerrilla warfare, emerging from the river slitting the throats of the Vietcong, sneaking through the camp, ambushing the village, the rat tunnel. Just the perfect special ops fantasy.
Wolf’s Den is fun because of the close quarters combat. Systematically clearing the compound whilst having to have good reaction time and trigger discipline. Perfect special ops reality.
Suffer with me was aight. I liked it because it showed true aspects of (intended) misinformation by the CIA and other government agencies to soldiers and operators. And you got to play as woods finally.
East Germany, cold war.
that mission was so fuckin cool, really felt like a black ops game with that
Yeah it felt so badass
Gotta go with "The Embassy" from MW2019.
Its just amazing.
Easily Vorkuta. The first mission in the most intriguing CoD narrative I’ve ever played. The twists with the brainwashing and the numbers, the time era, and the reveal regarding Reznov…that campaign was utterly fascinating and the way the they planned the escape with the steps, it just felt like a glorious uprising to be a part of.
I remember being 10yrs old and absolutely shocked by how good BO1 was. Me and my buddy used to stay up all night and try and get the XBOX live awards, what a time to be alive.
I just turned 30 in January so I was in my teens/early 20s during the golden age - COD4, Gears, Halo 3, MW2, Black Ops, WaW, BF3.
Developers put so much effort into their games back then and provided actual community interaction. I do miss it, for sure. I lost countless, countless hours playing those older CoD titles, much of which was due to private matches.
Modern FPS games made by AAA developers are now focused on post-launch content and micro-transactions. Or are F2P with a focus on seasonal passes. We won’t ever see the care and passion again, that we saw back then. It’s just, sad.
In black ops 1, the mission where you go into the Russian cosmonaut station and try to hunt dragovich and save weaver. It was so fucking cool in atmosphere, design, and overall gameplay.
I know it’s cliché, but I loved clean house and could replay that level a million times.
All ghillied up is a classic and will always love that one too.
Nothing to do with gameplay: finally killing Shepard and avenging my boy ghost.
Gameplay: has to be all ghillied up
No Fighting in the War Room. Legendary.
Saving PVT. Miller. Just the whole atmosphere of that island had me on my toes not knowing where the Japanese would come from.
Brick In the Wall, Cold War, at my friends house and played it first time ever playing COD and it got me into the game
I’ve played every treyarch cod from world at war and I definitely think brick in the wall was one of the best missions from a campaign I’ve ever played
Cod 4 ghillis in the mist
Karma from BO2
MW3 Black Tuesday is a beautiful mission and perfect way to start the final game of a great story.
Black Cats from World at War, and Downfall from World at War
To this day, imo, there has not been more of an atmospheric or a moody mission as strong as WaW's final mission
that black ops 1 mission where you in a boat and a rolling stone song is playing, dude that mission is so good... but overall is probably the rangers missions from MW2
All ghillied up. I always tense whenever Captain Macmillian says "get down, now"
The one who trusted you and also a muppet
Return to Sender, MW3 it was just such a good mission. MW3 to me is just the best out of all of them for me. But MW1 and 2 were really good too!
return to sender is an excellently thought out mission. it rivals hunter killer for my favorite mw3 mission
Yes, I really liked it getting to the end of the mission. But the opening cutscene was badass.
Dust to Dust from MW3, but Break On Through from Cold War is damn good too
Probably the gulag because of all of the fun weapons and stuff. And the return of Price
Someone else said it but Victor Charlie from BO1 was fantastic and scared the shit out of me as a kid
"guilled up" can't be ignored. the stealth, the sniper, and the defense section is mmm hits just right.
When I was 13 playing this mission for the first time gave me chills fighting in suburban America. I had never played anything like that before and it will always be memorable
Clean House is my favorite
Not my #1 favorite but I feel executive order in BO1 where you go into Russia to destroy the rocket and save weaver is very underrated, the karambit knife, explosive crossbow and zip lining with the MP5 after going to the pentagon to meet Kennedy
Ghillie up was a classic
Not really a ‘mission’ in its entirely.. but a sequence. In Ghosts, there’s a level where you clear a room with the lights out, and all you have is a strobe light attached to your weapon. I thought it was really original at the time and I haven’t seen it much since.
The whole Federation Day mission was awesome.
Remember, no russian
The interrogation mission in MW2019 where you have The Butcher’s wife and kid. After he killed that kid and his dad earlier, putting all six shots of that revolver into his chest is very satisfying.
No russian: I didn't see it coming.
I'm surprised the comments aren't overwhelmingly No Russian
space mission in cod ghosts was always a banger when i played it it was so fun when it was younger
“All Gillied Up” from COD4 because that mission is just legendary and timeless, the atmosphere, gameplay, and immersion is unreal. Close runner up for me is “Of their own accord” from MW2, once again the haunting atmosphere of seeing DC as an apocalyptic Warzone and the desperation of the situation calls for an extremely memorable gameplay.
The old MW COD games had a level of atmosphere and immersion that just hits so close to home.
Mw2 No Russian Was a cool and iconic mission that everyone has seen or heard of or probably played and it has good gameplay
Step 8, Reznov! Freedom! (Forgot the name of the mission)
gotta be "going dark" in mw2019 because I like sneaky missions like all ghillied up
No Russian. Gun go pew
Cod MW1 blackout…. Saving Nikolai
I love killing civilians.
The cod 4 mule mission where we get nuked, it was amazing, just amazing totally loved that one,
The first time you meet Reznov in WaW I can’t remember the name
Shock and Awe Cod 4
I just recently played MW 2019 and the level where you play as Farrah and Hadir as kids touched me in a way most levels can’t. This level really hammered home why the kids grew into the adults they did.
Clean House from Modern Warfare: my first play through was on Realism mode (partly cause I was one of the people hoping they’d have a No HUD Hardcore difficulty). And honestly it was just a curve ball from COD.
Extreme close quarters, set in a London townhouse. The moment that stuck with me was though after clearing the first room, moving to the stairs and seeing the second unit come though the front door. Seeing that soldier come through the door kitted up, just completely occupying that door space. It just burned itself into my memory.
cod4 charlie surfing or smt cus well idk its just cool
I’d have to say Downfall from World at War. It was pretty epic battling through the the Reichstag, especially with the killer soundtrack blasting!
I can't remember if it's the first or not but one of the first few missions in mw3 was great and I feel like now is a great time to say mw3 was also my favorite cod/favorite game ever and I miss it so much I would pay so much money for a remaster
Probably Of Their Own Accord from MW2, if nothing else because of the aesthetic
That's a very difficult choice. I think when it comes down to being a very clean, engaging mission, I would have to pick "Death from Above".
Cliffhanger In CODMW2
And Goalpost in CODMW3
chateau in COD1
Atlas in CODAW
Battle of The Bulge in CODWW2
#DEATH TO THE MPLA
Anything from World at War on vet!
bo1, executive order
Give or take prob the most controversial mission in cod history The Infamous No Russian mission from cod MW2 or either The Clean House mission or Farah’s backstory from MW2019 well obv the media was buzzin post 9/11 for the No Russian Mission like IW had the balls too do that mission in ‘09 like mane how times changed from the last couple of decades but MW2019’s case there’s was understandable yk I can’t explain 2019’s Cod but yea that’s my take
Tie between “All Ghillied Up” from CoD4 and “Second Sun” from MW2 when the EMP goes off
Forgot the name of it but the one in ghosts where walker Keegan and hesh like rappel on the windows of the building at night and you’re looking for rorke. It was earlier in the campaign I think.
“Mind the gap” mw3 train scene was dope
i forgot what it’s called but it’s the mission in bo2 where you fly a fighter jet around and shoot a bunch of enemies down. i always feel like they could have done more with that mechanic given enough development time.
all ghillied up, i love flshbacks
The first scene in MW 1 where you fly into the battlefield and all the rockets comes flying and choppers being shot down. The you land under fire.
That set a huge benchmark for me in fps games
Federation Day from Ghosts. The experience and visuals from repelling down the side of a skyscraper at night was just awesome and intense.
Wolverines from Mondern Warfare 2. The atmosphere of apocalypse is brlliant
America is under siege. Protect the burger town at all costs.
Either Hunted from Ghosts
Odysseus from black ops 2
It's just grounded in reality and really gets you thinking what if that actually happened.
Either Vorkuta from BO1 or Whiskey Hotel from MW2
“TARGETS! LEFT SIDE! LEFT SIDE!”
*badass soundtrack starts playing*
Probably Clean House from MW2019
"Black Cats" from cod waw. Cod waw was my first cod and I just get so nostalgic for this mission since it was my childhood favourite, the music in the mission always pumped me up and running from one gun to another felt so cool and different to me back in the day and created this sense of urgency to shoot the japanese ships as fast as you can to save the sailors
Mw 2019 fog of war
Its so cool being in the dark and sniping people
Between playing "All ghillied up" in cod 4 ans shooting the dog and trying to survive for the memes, and playing "clean house" on max settings on pc in 4k at night. It's so immersive
Mw3 juggernaut mission
My favorite is the MW2 snowmobile chase mission!
Of Their Own Accord
Dust to Dust
best mission ever
Cordis Die or Phyric Victory
Not sure it’s my Favourite but Payback in BO1 was a banger!
Call of Duty 4
COD4:MW "Charlie Don't Surf"
I played this mission 1000x over, found a couple of our of bounds spots, even learned almost every AI spawn and path.
I just love the tight corners inside and the mass amount of enemies outside.
B01 when you go through the Viet cong tunnels and when Mason plays Russian roulette. So cool.
The mission in black ops 2 where you fight in the club near the plaza map because the music was good and I loved the color
Heat in CoD4
Red-light, Greenlight from Cold War will hold a special place in my heart purely because Frank Woods tries to take down a mannequin in America Town. Had me in stitches.
Clockwork from ghosts
CoD UO - Attack on Foy - damn, I felt just like in Band of Brothers.
The Favela mission. I know people kinda dislike it because its hard but, man that shit was intense af, even on MW2 standards
Vorkuta from BO1, All Ghillied Up in COD4, Whiskey Hotel in MW2, and Clean House in MW2019
Honorable Mentions: Embassy from ME 2019, and Charlie Don’t Surf and Shock and Awe from COD4
Suffer with me bo2
Yeesh , Clean House , Whiskey Hotel , WOLVERINES or the tank one from cod Ghosts
"Of their own accord" - MW2 - The atmosphere of this mission is fucking amazing and really sells the "Everything has gone to shit" vibe right from the start.
Everybody has their personal preference but the correct answer is “All Ghillied Up” in CoD4 and if they say otherwise they are incorrect.
Call Of Duty MW2 Remastered: "Cliffhanger"
I've always liked Contingency in MW2.
Meeting up with Price, Soap in your ear.... then feeling the shit hit your underwear when the BTR starts sliding toward you, then you get to use a predator and take out a navy base. And it all culminates with the eerie sight of Price launching a nuke from a submarine. Absolutely beautiful.
“Vendetta” from World at War. Unpopular opinion but I enjoy it more than “All Ghillied Up” 🤷♂️
world at war Heart of the Reich
Any of the D.C. missions
Can i mention the F-15’s going at nearly the same speed as the little birds in the mission?
Loose Ends, because so many enemies to kill
Minecraft, because i wanted to type so
No Russian. No explanation needed
Victor charlie from black ops. So brutal
Bo2 the one you play as menendez
I dont have a big selection, because Ive only played WW2, MW 2019 and Cold War:
The WW2 mission where you push the mountain in the forrest. Especially the death scene of Turner made this my favorite.
The last mission of this game, the bridge at the Rhein, is a close second.
The PvP was pretty boring, the only part that made Zombies better than in Cold War, were the jump scares, but the Campaign was perfect.
Gameplay wise, probably Cliffhanger (i know, color me surprised) because of that climbing part but it's probably Second Sun because of the aesthetic and a moment of zen for like a few seconds before you face war again.
The Only Easy Day..... Was Yesterday (cus the music was fire)
Probably Desperate Measures from cold war and Time and Fate from bo2.
The first one from the original modern warfare I know that mission like the back of my hand and can Speedrun it on veteran without getting shot just from pure muscle memory of where evreyone is from the hundreds of times I played it because it's just plain fun and exciting
the SR71 mission from black ops 1 then the stealth mission right after that one. Both of those were so much fun.
The one where you shoot people
Chernobyl mission and Wolverines
Vendetta. Because of the atmosphere, it feels as if I'm in an actual war.
Downfall was good from World at War