Mosh Pit is a multiplayer playlist in , Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 , Call of Duty: Black Ops , Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 and Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare . A similar version, First Strike Mosh Pit was available for a short time on Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare Call of Duty: Black Ops from February 4–6, 2011 for the Xbox 360, and March 4–6 on the PS3, followed by more variants of Mosh Pit for other map packs.
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 Edit
Mosh Pit is a random combination of all game modes excluding
3rd Person Cage Match and Team Tactical. The game mode was a late addition into along with Modern Warfare 2 3rd Person Team Tactical.
Due to the fact that
Free-For-All is a possible game mode, and parties are allowed, Mosh Pit has been used for boosting hard-to-get challenges, such as those involving the Tactical Nuke killstreak. However, there isn't a definitive way to get Free-For-All as a game mode.
Call of Duty: Black Ops Edit
"First Strike Mosh Pit" Edit
A limited edition game mode was available on
First Strike maps within for a short period of time, an equivalent of the Call of Duty Black Ops Modern Warfare 2 game mode.
"Escalation Mosh Pit" Edit
Escalation also featured a Mosh Pit game mode, similar to First Strike.
"Annihilation Mosh Pit" Edit
Annihilation also featured a Mosh Pit game mode, similar to First Strike and Escalation.
"Mercenary Mosh Pit" Edit
A playlist consisting of every game mode on every map, except
Sabotage and Free-for-All.
Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare Edit
Mosh Pit was made available as of December 9
th. A Hardcore version of it was added on January 23 rd.
Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare Edit
" An assortment of objective game modes."
— In-game description.
Mosh Pit returns in
. It features a playlist of objective based game-modes similar to previous iterations. It also features a Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare Hardcore variant.
Hardcore Mosh Pit variant.
The player can go into locked playlists in Mosh Pit.
Mosh Pit was removed from the game on the Xbox and PC on June 20, 2010 to make way for the Barebones playlists.
A Hardcore version of Mosh Pit was added to the Xbox 360 playlist on July 30, 2010 replacing "Hardcore Resurgence".
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