Between the fact there would be a lot of backlash for including probably religious demons and hell-spawn, and extra achievements (When all 50 have been released already, and as far as I know, it only seems like select first-party companies that work with Sony may break that 50 achievement base limit.) it was pretty obvious.
I can see why a lot of people hoped for this though. They felt spurned by Survival, and felt entitled to zombies because it's what they wanted. I can't fathom why anybody would think zombies would be included, especially when Treyarch makes the zombies mode; I can't see why they'd hand that mode over to a whole different studio.
I was disappointed with Survival. I'm now re-considering said disappointment because it seems like they actually put time and care into it this time. It looks like between the new Exo movement, more varied enemies, and objective-based rounds, there'll be a lot more enjoyment to be had. I'm hoping it won't be as boring as MW3's survival.
I'm very doubtful of a fourth mode, and I really don't think it's plausible. It's unfortunate so many people feel spurned over a gamemode Sledgehammer worked on and made during development of MW3. We probably should have saw it coming. I'm hopeful that this mode will be a lot better this time around.
Same. It sounded very 'Doom' like, and with Sledgehammers history with the Dead Space series, I am sure it would have been good.
The thing that makes me suspect there may still be some kind of 4th mode though is the DLC. How do they expect to sell DLC for the same price as that of the BO2/Ghosts DLC with only 4 MP maps? The Exo-Survival mode is played out on MP maps, so surely there must be something additional?
Time will tell I guess, but give the troll a cookie for having a great imagination.
Plausible question. I'm just going to assume that there'll be five MP maps. Hell, maybe AW will drop a secret fourth gamemode as a test. If it's handled well and enjoyable, maybe that'll take the place of the fifth slot on the DLC.