continues the series' reboot, meaning that it's not the same as the game with the exact name from 2011. Like other titles, it includes a variety of multiplayer modes, a campaign, and Zombies mode. However, not all of those modes come with split-screen as an option, taking away some of its couch co-op potential in favor of full online options.
Online options have taken away from couch co-op options to the point, in many cases, where it can no longer be expected that games with multiplayer modes or campaigns that support two or more players on the same console. However, there's still a demand for split-screen to be an option for the sake of couch co-op. And while has split-screen as an option, it's not available for every game mode.
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Zombies modedoesn't have split-screen as an option. does not have a split-screen option for the campaign mode, either. Multiplayer in is the only place where there are some options for split-screen, but it's not available in every multiplayer mode. Namely, Ground War, Free-for-All, and Invasions modes in multiplayer don't have split-screen available, but the rest of the modes include it.
A split-screen option for campaign, at least on consoles where it's easier to implement, could've brought with it an incentive for replaying the missions. Going through the campaign with one person can be a completely different experience, and a couch co-op option creates the opportunity for a night spent hanging out in person while playing. While there's some split-screen availability in, it could've gone a long way as an option for Zombies and the campaign. However, playing online instead of with a split-screen could beRead more on screenrant.com